Student Research in Addiction Sciences Open House 2019

Student Research in Addiction Sciences Open House 2018

Students present their research at last year's Open House

April 23, 1-4 p.m.

The Clinical and Research Institute on Addictions (CRIA) will hold its fourth annual Student Research in Addiction Sciences Open House to showcase the broad range of addictions-related research taking place at UB.

Undergraduate and graduate students will present posters about their research activities in the areas of substance use, abuse and addiction sciences. In past years, posters have addressed a wide range of addictive substances, including opioids, alcohol, cocaine, tobacco and prescription drugs, and featured topics such as prenatal cocaine exposure and child behavior problems; bullying and later alcohol use; trauma-informed care; alcohol abstinence and treatment outcomes; and long-term neurological effects of Ritalin use.

The Open House is intended to benefit:

  • students who wish to find research opportunities in addiction sciences
  • faculty who are seeking students interested in participating in addiction research
  • everyone who would like to learn more about substance use disorders and addiction

Free and open to the public - light refreshments

For more information, contact Kimberly Larkin at klarkin@ria.buffalo.edu or 716-887-2481.

Clinical and Research Institute on Addictions (CRIA)
1021 Main Street, Room 132
UB Downtown Campus