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Who gets hooked on drugs & who stays clean?

Differences in vulnerability to cocaine addiction and relapse linked to both inherited traits and epigenetics, U-M researchers find

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Opioid overdose

The dose makes the poison: Opioid overdose study supports call for caution in prescription levels

Careful study in veterans looks at accidental death by prescription painkillers

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Our Addiction Center

Our Addiction Center

You are invited to discover our comprehensive addiction programs. We have an exceptional reputation in all areas of care, research, and education.

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Clinical Treatment

Clinical Treatment

University of Michigan Addiction Treatment Services offers assessment, diagnosis, and treatment personalized for individuals and their families

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Fellowships

Substance Abuse Training Programs

One major component of the Substance Abuse Program mission is to educate and train future generations of medical scientists and medical scientists/clinicians

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Research Collaborations

The Program and its faculty sustain ties with numerous organizations and operating structures within and outside the University.

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Research

Ongoing research focuses in five areas: developmental psychopathology and genetics; neuroimaging and neurophysiology; intervention, health services research, and the relationship of sleep and sleep problems to the emergence and maintenance of substance use disorders.

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Research Faculty Recognition Award

Psychologist Brian Hicks is renowned for his groundbreaking research on genetic, environmental, and developmental influences on substance abuse, antisocial behavior, and psychopathic personality disorder.

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The ABCD Study

The U-M Addiction Center is among leading universities and institutes to launch a landmark study on brain development and child health. The study is led by Drs Mary Heitzeg and Robert Zucker. For more information please visit the ABCD study website here.