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Center for Research on Substance Use and Addiction

Mission Statement

The Center For Research on Substance Use and Addiction is a newly established translational research center at Wake Forest School of Medicine. The goals of the Center are to promote state-of-the-art research, education and dissemination of evidence-based practices focusing on (1) preclinical models that will support the development of personalized treatments for substance-related disorders; (2) population research involving epidemiology, community and policy interventions to promote population health; and (3) clinical-translational research that will generate new knowledge and contribute to our learning healthcare system.

Save the Date: 

Rethinking Drug Policy: Seeking Solutions Based on Law, Science and Public Health 
Time and Date:
1:00-5:15pm, October 2, 2017 
Location: Bowman Gray Center for Medical Education, Wake Forest School of Medicine, 475 Vine St, 5th Floor Tiered Classroom, Winston-Salem, 27101
View the Program Agenda and more information. 

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Center for Research on Substance Use and Addiction
Michael A. Nader, PhD


Mark Wolfson, PhD


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