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Resource:NIDA Networking Project: Facilitating information exchange and research collaboration

Name: Resource:NIDA Networking Project: Facilitating information exchange and research collaboration
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The NIDA Networking Project (NNP) provides opportunities for information sharing and research collaboration among NIDAs networks across the country. The NNP gives researchers and clinicians access to networks locations, people, expertise, and resources to help synergize efforts, improve efficiency, and accelerate scientific discovery.
The NIDA Networking Project (NNP) currently consists of 14 networks and more than 230 sites involved in research and data collection sponsored by NIDA around the nation. The NNP was developed to provide the opportunity for these organizations to learn about each other and potentially work together on research collaboration and data collection in the future. In December 2008, NIDA added the first in a series of Research Interest Groups to the NNP to encourage more interdisciplinary collaboration among network and non-network grantees.
The 14 networks now participating are:
? Sponsored and funded by NIDA alone or in partnership;
? Directed at drug abuse prevention, treatment or related HIV/AIDS research, data collection, and/or dissemination;
? Located in multiple sites around the country;
? Focused on research that can be transferred to the community.
The Networks include:
Clinical Trials Network (CTN)
Criminal Justice-Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJ-DATS)
Community Epidemiology Work Group (CEWG)
Maternal Opioid Treatment: Human Experimental Research (MOTHER)
Medications Development Centers (MDC)
Multi-Site Prevention Trials (MPT)
NIDA Genetics Consortium (NGC)
Research Training and Career Development Programs (RTCDP)
State Infrastructure Grants (SIG)
Sexual Acquisition & Transmission of HIV Cooperative Agreement Program (SATH-CAP)
Transdisciplinary Prevention Research Centers (TPRC)
Transdisciplinary Tobacco Use Research Centers (TTURC)
NIMH Outreach Partnership Program (OPP)
Addiction Technology Transfer Centers (ATTC)
Research Interest Groups (RIGs) are groups of scientists or projects that embody the following:

Shared focus on a specific aspect of NIDA research--e.g., neuroimaging;
Less formal structure than networks--e.g., independent R01s; mentoring under-represented scientists;
Representing a NIDA research priority.

The current research interest groups include:
Neuroimaging Research Interest Group (NIRIG)
Colleagues Directory
NIDA Networking Project (NNP) has: 447 registered users. This section of the Website is designed to facilitate transdisciplinary collaborations among the scientists and practitioners who belong to the NPP. This online, searchable directory makes it easy for members to identify colleagues from other networks and disciplines who are willing to work with them on new areas of addiction. The directory lists members self-described Research Focus and Discipline, in addition to other informationspecifically, Name, Title, Organization, Network Affiliation, State, ZIP Code, and Email address. You can search the directory by Name; Network Affiliation; and/or Statee.g., all CTN contacts in Illinois; Research Focus; and/or Disciplinee.g., a researcher studying the genetics of heroin addiction.
Publications

Links to publications from NIDAs DRUGPUBS Research Dissemination Center (RDC) and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information (NCADI) are available. Publications may be ordered from these sources in printed copies or downloaded online. The Science Link part of the NNP Website provides links to network libraries and other resource centers where manuals, questionnaires, network policy documents, and other resources are also made available.
Other Name(s): NNP
Resource Type(s): community building portal, narrative, bibliographic, funding, people
Keywords: drug abuse, addiction, aids, collaboration, contracts, data collection, dissemination, grants, hiv, prevention, research, treatment
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URL: http://nnp.drugabuse.gov/
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The NIDA Networking Project (NNP)
The NIDA Networking Project (NNP) provides opportunities for information sharing and research collaboration among NIDAs networks across the country. The NNP gives researchers and clinicians access to networks locations, people, expertise, and resources to help synergize efforts, improve efficiency, and accelerate scientific discovery.
The NIDA Networking Project (NNP) currently consists of 14 networks and more than 230 sites involved in research and data collection sponsored by NIDA around the nation. The NNP was developed to provide the opportunity for these organizations to learn about each other and potentially work together on research collaboration and data collection in the future. In December 2008, NIDA added the first in a series of Research Interest Groups to the NNP to encourage more interdisciplinary collaboration among network and non-network grantees.
The 14 networks now participating are:
? Sponsored and funded by NIDA alone or in partnership;
? Directed at drug abuse prevention, treatment or related HIV/AIDS research, data collection, and/or dissemination;
? Located in multiple sites around the country;
? Focused on research that can be transferred to the community.
The Networks include:
Clinical Trials Network (CTN)
Criminal Justice-Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJ-DATS)
Community Epidemiology Work Group (CEWG)
Maternal Opioid Treatment: Human Experimental Research (MOTHER)
Medications Development Centers (MDC)
Multi-Site Prevention Trials (MPT)
NIDA Genetics Consortium (NGC)
Research Training and Career Development Programs (RTCDP)
State Infrastructure Grants (SIG)
Sexual Acquisition & Transmission of HIV Cooperative Agreement Program (SATH-CAP)
Transdisciplinary Prevention Research Centers (TPRC)
Transdisciplinary Tobacco Use Research Centers (TTURC)
NIMH Outreach Partnership Program (OPP)
Addiction Technology Transfer Centers (ATTC)
Research Interest Groups (RIGs) are groups of scientists or projects that embody the following:

Shared focus on a specific aspect of NIDA research--e.g., neuroimaging;
Less formal structure than networks--e.g., independent R01s; mentoring under-represented scientists;
Representing a NIDA research priority.

The current research interest groups include:
Neuroimaging Research Interest Group (NIRIG)
Colleagues Directory
NIDA Networking Project (NNP) has: 447 registered users. This section of the Website is designed to facilitate transdisciplinary collaborations among the scientists and practitioners who belong to the NPP. This online, searchable directory makes it easy for members to identify colleagues from other networks and disciplines who are willing to work with them on new areas of addiction. The directory lists members self-described Research Focus and Discipline, in addition to other informationspecifically, Name, Title, Organization, Network Affiliation, State, ZIP Code, and Email address. You can search the directory by Name; Network Affiliation; and/or Statee.g., all CTN contacts in Illinois; Research Focus; and/or Disciplinee.g., a researcher studying the genetics of heroin addiction.
Publications

Links to publications from NIDAs DRUGPUBS Research Dissemination Center (RDC) and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information (NCADI) are available. Publications may be ordered from these sources in printed copies or downloaded online. The Science Link part of the NNP Website provides links to network libraries and other resource centers where manuals, questionnaires, network policy documents, and other resources are also made available.
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