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CDAP > Center for Drug and Alcohol Programs Seminars
Center for Drug and Alcohol Programs Seminars

ADDICTION RESEARCH SEMINAR SERIES
These seminars, hosted by the Alcohol Research Center (ARC), Neurobiology of Addictions Research Center (NARC), and the Women’s Research Center (WRC), are held on THURSDAYS from 12:00p.m. to 1:00p.m. in the Institute of Psychiatry Auditorium unless otherwise indicated.  Seminar speakers present a formal lecture and then meet individually or in small groups with interested faculty and trainees.  Although intended primarily for the enrichment of the faculty and trainees, the presentations of these prominent scientists are advertised to the MUSC academic community, as well.

UPCOMING ADDICTION RESEARCH SEMINARS

NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH SEMINAR SERIES

NEUROSCIENCE SEMINAR SERIES

These seminars are part of the Neuroscience course education/training. These seminars are held on FRIDAYS from 3:00p.m.-4:00p.m. in 402 BSB unless otherwise noted.  Seminars are usually based on Neuroscience research.  Although intended primarily for the enrichment of the Neuroscience faculty and students, these presentations are open to the MUSC academic community, as well.  For a complete listing of the seminar speakers, please click on the Neuroscience Seminar Series link.

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" I did not feel judged or less of a person because of my alcohol issues. It has been a very positive experience...I also now realize this is a forever problem that I have to address on a daily basis."-Bobby

"This was an excellent experience. I learned a lot about alcohol dependence, coping strategies and other health related issues as they involve alcohol consumption. Most importantly my personal and family life have improved dramatically. Thank you, thank you, thank you!" -James