Research Portfolio (CRAN-funded)

CRAN Research Portfolio

This list contains grants and projects awarded through the Collaborative Research on Addiction at NIH (CRAN).



Administrative Supplements to Promote Collaborative Research on Addiction at NIH (CRAN): Comorbidity-Related Research, PA-13-275.
The grant titles and research descriptions reflect the parent awards.
Principal Investigator
Organization
Title Grant Number
AHARONOVICH, EFRAT
New York State Psychiatric Institute
HEALTHCALL: BRIEF INTERVENTION TO REDUCE DRUG USE IN HIV PRIMARY CARE R01 DA024606-05S1
ASTON-JONES, GARY S.
Medical University of South Carolina
ROLE OF OREXIN IN COCAINE DEMAND AND ADDICTION R01 DA006214-25S1
BACHTELL, RYAN K.
University of Colorado
ADENOSINE RECEPTOR INVOLVEMENT IN METHAMPHETAMINE REWARD AND RELAPSE R01 DA033358-02S1
BECKER, HOWARD C.
Medical University of South Carolina
ALCOHOL RESEARCH CENTER - TREATMENT AND IMPLICATION P50 AA010761-19S1
BESHEER, JOYCE
University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
THE IMPACT OF HPA AXIS DYSREGULATION ON THE INTEROCEPTIVE EFFECTS OF ALCOHOL R01 AA019682-04S1
BICKEL, WARREN K.
Virginia Polytechnic Inst and St Univ
SELF-CONTROL IMPROVEMENT INTERVENTION (SCII): IMPROVING ABSTINENCE IN SMOKERS R01 DA034755-01A1S1
COHN, AMY M.
American Legacy Foundation
NICOTINE DEPRIVATION AND IMPLICIT MOTIVATIONAL PROCESSES OF DRINKING AND SMOKING R03 CA175870-01A1S1
DUERR, ANN C. 
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
HIV TESTING AND TREATMENT TO PREVENT ONWARD HIV TRANSMISSION AMONG HIGH-RISK MSM R01 DA032106-04S1
EHLERS, CINDY L.
Scripps Research Institute
RISK FACTORS FOR ALCOHOLISM IN NATIVE AMERICANS R37 AA010201-19S1
FISHBEIN, DIANA HANNA
University of Maryland Baltimore
DEVELOPMENTAL FMRI STUDY OF ALCOHOL USE IN ADOLESCENCE R01 AA019983-04S1
GRUENEWALD, PAUL J.
Pacific Institute for Res and Evaluation
ENVIRONMENTAL APPROACHES TO PREVENTION P60 AA006282-32S1
JANOWSKY, AARON J.
Oregon Health & Science University
METHAMPHETAMINE ABUSE RESEARCH CENTER P50 DA018165-07S1
MALLET, KIMBERLY A.
Pennsylvania State University-Univ Park
A LONGITUDINAL AND PERSON-CENTERED STUDY OF COLLEGE ALCOHOL CONSEQUENCES R01 AA021117-03S1
MASON, BARBARA J.
Scripps Research Institute
PHARMACOLOGICAL TREATMENT OF CANNABIS WITHDRAWAL AND DEPENDENCE R01 DA030988-04S1
MIKULICH-GILBERTSON, SUSAN KAY
University of Colorado Denver
 DRUG AND COMORBID TRAJECTORIES: JOINTLY-MODELED, DIFFERENTLY-DISTRIBUTED OUTCOMES R01 DA034604-02S1
O' LEARY, DANIEL S.
University Of Iowa
THE RELATIONSHIP OF ADOLESCENT BINGE DRINKING TO MEASURES OF BRAIN AND BEHAVIOR  SUPPLEMENT R01 AA021165-02S1
PARSONS, LOREN H.
Scripps Research Institute
COGNITIVE FUNCTION IN ALCOHOL DEPENDENCE AND PROTRACTED WITHDRAWAL R01 AA022249-02S1
ROBERTO, MARISA
Scripps Research Institute

ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY OF ALCOHOL IN EXTENDED AMYGDALA

U01 AA013498-14S1
SCHACKMAN, BRUCE R.  
Weill Medical College of Cornell Univ
QUALITY OF LIFE OUTCOMES IN PRESCRIPTION AND INJECTION OPIOID DEPENDENCE R01 DA033424-02S1
TAFFE, MICHAEL A.
Scripps Research Institute
CANNABINOID REGULATION OF COGNITION R01 DA035482-02S1
THOMAS, MARK JOHN
University of Minnesota
SYNAPTIC PLASTICITY IN ANIMAL MODELS OF ADDICTION R01 DA019666-08S1
TOLL, LAWRENCE R.
Torrey Pines Institute for Molecular Studies
MIXED NOP/MU COMPOUNDS AND THE INVOLVEMENT OF THEIR RECEPTORS IN ANALGESIA R01 DA023281-07S1
VAN BOCKSTAELE, ELISABETH J.
Drexel University
MODULATION OF NOREPINEPHRINE BY CANNABINOIDS R01 DA020129-07S1
WEISNER, CONSTANCE M. 
University of California, San Francisco
SCREENING FOR YOUTH ALCOHOL AND DRUG USE: A STUDY OF PRIMARY CARE PROVIDERS R01 AA016204-07S1

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Revision Applications to Promote Collaborative Research on Addiction at NIH (CRAN): Comorbidity-Related Research, RFA-DA-14-014.
The grant titles and research descriptions reflect the parent awards.
Principal Investigator
Organization
Title Grant Number
Murphy, James G.
University of Memphis
IMPROVING BRIEF ALCOHOL INTERVENTIONS WITH A BEHAVIORAL ECONOMIC SUPPLEMENT R01 AA020829-03S1
Wiley, Jenny L.
Rsearch Triangle Institute
SEX DIFFERENCES IN CANNABINOID DEPENDENCE AND ANALGESIA R01 DA016644-08S1

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Additional Research Training Positions for NIAAA-, NIDA-, or NCI-Supported NRSA Institutional Training (T32) Grants (Admin Supp), PA-14-146.
The grant titles and research descriptions reflect the parent awards.
Principal Investigator
Organization
Title Grant Number
Chavkin, Charles 
University of Washington
TRAINING IN THE MOLECULAR PHARMACOLOGY OF ABUSED DRUGS T32 DA007278
Crews, Fulton T.
University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR ALCOHOL RESEARCH TRAINING T32 AA007573
Cunningham, Kathryn
University of Texas Medical Branch Galveston
NEURAL AND PHARMACOLOGICAL MECHANISMS OF ABUSED DRUGS T32 DA007287
Devi, Lakshmi
International Narcotics Research Conf, Inc.

INTERDISCIPLINARY TRAINING IN DRUG ABUSE RESEARCH
T32 DA007135
Dwoskin, Linda  
University of Kentucky
TRAINING IN DRUG ABUSE RELATED RESEARCH T32 DA016176
France, Charles P.
University of Texas Health Science Center
TRAINING IN DRUG ABUSE RESEARCH:  BEHAVIOR AND NEUROBIOLOGY T32 DA031115
Furr-Holden, C. Debra
Johns Hopkins University
NIDA EPIDEMIOLOGY TRAINING PROGRAM T32 DA007292
Gonzales, Rueben A.
University of Texas, Austin
NEUROCHEMICAL AND BEHAVIORAL CORRELATES OF ETOH EFFECTS T32 AA007471
Hoffman, Paula 
University of Colorado Denver
BEHAVIORAL PHARMACOGENETICS OF DRUG AND ALCOHOL ABUSE T32 AA007464
Horgan, Constance
Brandeis University
DOCTORAL TRAINING/HEALTH SERVICES RESESARCH ON ALCOHOL-RELATED PROBLEMS T32 AA007567
Larimer, Mary
University of Washington
PSYCHOLOGY TRAINING IN ALCOHOL RESEARCH T32 AA007455
McCool, Brian
Wake Forest University Health Sciences
MULTIDISCIPLINARY TRAINING IN THE BIOLOGY OF ALCOHOL ADDICTION T32 AA007565
Parsons, Loren H.
Scripps Research Institute
NEUROPSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY - MULTIDISCIPLINARY TRAINING T32 AA007456
Woodward, John
Medical University of South Carolina
TRAINING IN ALCOHOL RESEARCH T32 AA007474

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Using Social Media to Understand and Address Substance Use and Addiction (R01), RFA-CA-14-008.
Principal Investigator
Organization
Title Grant Number
Bickel, Warren K.  
Virginia Polytechnic Inst and St Univ
THE SOCIAL INTERACTOME OF RECOVERY: SOCIAL MEDIA AS THERAPY DEVELOPMENT R01 DA039456
Cavazos-Rehg, Patricia
Washington University
IMPLICATIONS OF SOCIAL MEDIA CONTENT AND ENGAGEMENT FOR ALCOHOL AND MARIJUANA USE R01 DA039455
Curtis, Brenda  
Treatment Research Institute, Inc. (TRI)
PREDICTING AOD RELAPSE AND TREATMENT COMPLETION FROM SOCIAL MEDIA USE R01 DA039457
Daniulaityte, Raminta
Wright State University
TRENDING:  SOCIAL MEDIA ANALYSIS TO MONITOR CANNABIS AND SYNTHETIC CANNABINOID USE R01 DA039454
Graham, Amanda L.  
American Legacy Foundation
SOCIAL DYNAMICS OF SUBSTANCE USE IN ONLINE SOCIAL NETWORKS FOR SMOKING CESSATION R01 CA192345
Kim, Annice E.
Research Triangle Institute
USING SOCIAL MEDIA DATA FOR E-CIGARETTE SURVEILLANCE AND POLICY RESEARCH R01 CA192240
Vrieze, Scott
University of Colorado
SOCIAL MEDIA; ONLINE MEASURES; AND SUBSTANCE USE DEVELOPMENT IN ADOLESCENT TWINS R01 AA023974

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Using Social Media to Understand and Address Substance Use and Addiction (R21), RFA-CA-14-009.
Principal Investigator
Organization
Title Grant Number
Ge, Yong
University of North Carolina Charlotte
MINING PATTERNS OF SUBSTANCE BY YOUNG ADULTS WITH SOCIAL MEDIA DATA R21 AA023975
Oesterle, Sabrina
University of Washington
USING FACEBOOK TO RECRUIT PARENTS TO A PARENTING PROGRAM TO PREVENT TEEN DRUG USE R21 DA039466
Schulte, Marya
University of California Los Angeles
PURPOSE: A SOCIAL MEDIA INTERVENTION FOR PARENT SUPPORT R21 DA039459
Young, Sean  
University of California Los Angeles
ADAPTING THE HOPE SOCIAL MEDIA INTERVENTION TO REDUCE PRESCRIPTION DRUG ABUSE R21 DA039458

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