Projects: Substance Use

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Project NDRI Principal Investigator(s) Focus
IIDR Accessible Care Intervention for Engaging People who Inject Illicit Drugs (PWID) in Hepatitis C Care Pedro Mateu-Gelabert Substance Use&HIV/HCV
Training Institute Addiction Technology Transfer Center (ATTC) Michael Chaple Substance Use
IBHR Barriers to Effective Tobacco Control in the US Military Keith Haddock Substance Use&Uniformed Services
ISPR Bath Salts & the Illicit Drug Market: Use, Violence & Health Consequences Eloise Dunlap & Ellen Benoit Substance Use
IBHR Cancer Risk and the Epidemic of Smokeless Tobacco in the US Fire Service Nattinee Jintarin Substance Use&Uniformed Services
ITSR Challenges to Opioid Treatment Programs after Hurricane Sandy Andrew Rosenblum Substance Use
IIDR Community Vulnerability and Responses to Drug-User-Related HIV/AIDS Samuel R. Friedman Substance Use&HIV/HCV
CCHD Community Wise: An Innovative Multi-Level Intervention to Reduce Alcohol and Illegal Drug Use Ellen Benoit Substance Use
CTH Delivering Psychosocial Treatment to Substance Abusers via Mobile Technologies Michelle Acosta Substance Use&eHealth
ITSR Development of an Online Best-Practice Resource for Opioid Overdose and HIV/HCV Prevention among Opioid Users in Disaster and Emergency Contexts Andrew Rosenblum Substance Use&eHealth
IBHR Enhancing Civilian Support for Military Tobacco Control Keith Haddock Substance Use&Uniformed Services
ITSR Facilitating MAT Acceptance & Implementation in Problem Solving & Felony Courts Andrew Rosenblum Substance Use&eHealth
CCHD Evaluation of an Experimental Educational Module on Opioid-related Occupational Safety to Minimize Barriers to Overdose Response among Police Officers Janie Simmons Substance Use
CCHD Get Naloxone Now Janie Simmons Substance Use&eHealth
IIDR HCV Transmission among Young IDUs in NYC Brian Edlin Substance Use&HIV/HCV
IIDR HIV, HCV, and STI Risk Associated with Non-Medical Use of Prescription Opioids Pedro Mateu-Gelabert Substance Use&HIV/HCV
IIDR Integrated vs. Separate Care for Hepatitis C, Substance Abuse, and HIV Prevention Brian Edlin Substance Use&HIV/HCV
CCHD Opioid Misuse and Overdose Risk Patterns among Recent Veterans Alex Bennett Substance Use&Uniformed Services
IIDR Opioid Use and HIV/HCV Risk among Immigrant Youth from the Former Soviet Union Honoria Guarino Substance Use&HIV/HCV
CCHD Overdose Risk Management and Compensation in the Era of Naloxone Alex Bennett &
Luther Elliott
Substance Use
ITSR Prevalence of Prescription Opioid Abuse among New Admissions to Opioid Treatment Programs Andrew Rosenblum Substance Use
IIDR Preventing HIV Transmission by Recently Infected Drug Users Samuel R. Friedman Substance Use&HIV/HCV
CTH Preventing Injection: An M-health Intervention that Leverages Social Networks To Prevent Progression to Injection among Young Opioid Users Michelle Acosta Substance Use&eHealth
IIDR The Staying Safe Intervention: Preventing HCV among Young Opioid Injectors Pedro Mateu-Gelabert & Honoria Guarino Substance Use&HIV/HCV
IIDR Theoretical Synthesis Core: CDUHR Samuel R. Friedman Substance Use&HIV/HCV
ITSR Utilizing PDMP Databases to Improve Patient Care in Opioid Treatment Programs Harlan Matusow Substance Use
ISPR Veteran Reintegration, Mental health and Substance Use in the Inner City Andrew L. Golub Uniformed Services&Substance Use
ITSR Web-based CBT for Opioid-treated, Chronic Pain Patients with Aberrant Behavior Andrew Rosenblum Substance Use&eHealth
ITSR Web-based CBT for Substance Misusing and PTSD Symptomatic OEF/OIF Veterans Andrew Rosenblum Substance Use&eHealth&Uniformed Services

  • About NDRI
          Since 1967, National Development and Research Institutes, Inc. (NDRI), a private, not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization, has conducted substance use and other bio-behavioral research nationwide and throughout the world.

          Drawing on the expertise of our interdisciplinary professional staff and our partners such as medical centers, treatment and prevention programs, universities, CBOs, industry and government NDRI has advanced public health across diverse populations including high-risk and underserved persons, uniformed services, youth and veterans.

          In addition to its focus on addiction, NDRI, organized under specialized institutes, has generated scientific discoveries associated with infectious diseases (particularly HIV and Hepatitis C), overdose, chronic pain, prevention of cardiovascular disease and cancer, tobacco control and criminal justice.

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