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Category:National Institute on Drug Abuse
Abbrev NIDA  +
CurationStatus curated  +
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Definition NIDA's mission is to lead the Nation in br NIDA's mission is to lead the Nation in bringing the power of science to bear on drug abuse and addiction. Its two main components include the strategic support and conduct of research across a broad range of disciplines and ensuring the rapid and effective dissemination and use of the results of that research to significantly improve prevention, treatment and policy as it relates to drug abuse and addiction.<br /> NIDA is the largest supporter of the worlds research on drug abuse and addiction. NIDA-funded scientific research addresses the most fundamental and essential questions about drug abuse, including tracking emerging drug use trends, understanding how drugs work in the brain and body, developing and testing new drug treatment and prevention approaches, and disseminating findings to the general public and special populations.<br /> NIDA funds meritorious and innovative scientific research on all aspects of drug abuse and addiction. NIDA and other agencies monitor what drugs are being abused by tracking trends in drug abuse through many different surveys and data collection systems. NIDA's Publication Series: * Research Reports * InfoFacts (fact sheets) * NIDA Notes (newsletter) * Addiction Science & Clinical Practice (journal for researchers & health care providers) * Mind Over Matter: Drug info for grades 5-9 * Topics in Brief Drug info for grades 5-9 * Topics in Brief
Id nlx_inv_1005115  +
Is part of Resource:NIH Blueprint for Neuroscience Research +, National Institutes of Health +
Keywords Drug Abuse +, Drug of abuse +, Funding resource +, Addiction +, Clinical trial +, Human immunodeficiency virus +, Human +, Prevention +, K-12 +
Label National Institute on Drug Abuse  +
Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 20 March 2015 23:53:02  +
ModifiedDate 20 March 2015  +
SuperCategory Government granting agency  +
Synonym National Institutes on Drug Abuse  +, National Institute on Drug Abuse: The Science of Drug Abuse and Addiction  +, National Institute on Drug Abuse: The Science of Drug Abuse & Addiction  +, National Institute on Drug Abuse: The Science of Drug Abuse Addiction  +
Twitter NIDAnews  +
Categories Government granting agency
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Resource:Community Epidemiology Work Group +, Resource:Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies +, Resource:NIDA Drug Supply Program +, Resource:NIDA Networking Project: Facilitating information exchange and research collaboration +, Resource:NIDA Podcasts +, Resource:National Drug Abuse Treatment Clinical Trials Network +, Resource:National Institute on Drug Abuse Media Guide + Is part of
Resource:Add Health (National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health) +, Resource:Addiction Research GPCR Assay Bank +, Resource:BMAP - Brain Molecular Anatomy Project +, Resource:BMAP cDNA Resources +, Resource:BraVa +, Resource:Brain Architecture Project +, Resource:Brain Gene Expression Map +, Resource:CAMO - Cell Adhesion Molecule Ontology +, Resource:Cell Centered Database +, Resource:Cellular Biology of Addiction +, Resource:Center for Inherited Disease Research +, Resource:Clarity resources +, Resource:Clinical Trials Network (CTN) Data Share +, Resource:Community Epidemiology Work Group +, Resource:Comprehensive Drug Self-administration and Discrimination Bibliographic Databases +, Resource:Conditioned Taste Aversion: An Annotated Bibliography +, Resource:Consortium for Reliability and Reproducibility +, Resource:Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies +, Resource:Drug Related Gene Database +, Resource:Eutectic NTS +, Supporting Agency


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