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News and Events
CAS in the News
Four new members named to the National Advisory Council on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism
Alcohol Workshop Provides Learning Tools for Teachers
Brain Awareness Week Event: "The Brain Lab"
Robinson Lab Image Used on Cover of Neuroscience
Donita Lab Image
Brain awareness
Brain Lab
Cannady mentor
CAS Predoctoral Student Receives Mentoring Award
Parnell
Parnell Receives Career Transition Award from NIAAA
Sulik RSA
Sulik Selected to Present the T.K. Li Plenary Address at RSA
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Morrow Appointed Editor for Psychopharmacology Journal
O'Leary
Postdoctoral Fellow O'Leary-Moore Receives RSA Award
Hodge Award
Hodge Receives Faculty Mentoring Award
Crews, Breese and Morrow Receive Professorships
Morrow Appointed to Board of Pharmacological Reviews
Science 360: The Developing Brain
Kash Web
ABMRF Awards Kash Funding to Study Relapse
Sulik
Sulik Receives ARRA Funding for Challenge Grant
Robinson
ARRA Funding Awarded to Robinson
Sulik Award
Sulik Receives Henry Rosett Award
CAS Postdoc Receives Travel Fellowship
Robinson Receives Five-Year R01 Award
Bowles Award 2008
Linda Spear, Ph.D. Receives 2008 Bowles Lectureship Award
UNC study ties ending moderate drinking to depression
David Overstreet Honored with Excellence Award
Bowles Award 2007
Richard Olsen Receives Bowles Lectureship Award
Ehlers Thurman
Ehlers Received Thurman Lectureship Award
Dr. Fulton Crews Receives RSA Distinguished Researcher Award
Dr. Leslie Morrow Receives NIAAA Grant Fundign for Studies on "Stress, Alcohol and GABAergic Neuroactive Steroids in Primates"
Keller Award
Dr. Fulton Crews Receives Mark Keller Honorary Award
Besheer
Bowles Center Researcher Receives K01 Award to Study Ethanol's Discriminative Stimulus Effects
Ivan Rusyn
UNC Researchers Awarded a $2.6 Million NIH Grant to Apply Systems Biology Approaches to Studies of Liver Toxicity
Study: Injectable drug, combined with counseling, shows promise in treating alcohol dependence
UNC findings may help explain cause of most common movement disorder
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