|Addiction Research Unit|
|Department of Psychology/University at Buffalo|
The laboratory facilities at the ARU have been closed and empirical research is no longer being conducted in the biological basis of addiction. A new program focusing on harm-reduction implementation, drug-control policy, and addiction technology transfer is currently being developed for undergraduate and master's level training. For other training opportunities in the biological basis of drug addiction, visit the web sites listed below. For graduate training in other areas of psychology at the University at Buffalo, click here.
Laboratory for Psychopharmacology, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Concordia University (Centre for Studies in Behavioural Neurobiology)
University of British Columbia
Biopsychology Programme at UBC, Department of PsychologyPost Doctoral Training
Neuroscience Programme at UBC, Division of Neurological Sciences, Department of Psychiatry
National Institute on Drug Abuse (Division of Intramural Research)
Scripps Research Institute (Department of Neuropharmacology)
For a comprehensive listing of training programs supported by the National Institute on Drug Abuse, see NIDA Research Training Sites.