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Collaborators

Indiana University Alcohol Research Center

  • David Crabb, M.D., Center Director
  • Sean O’Connor, M.D.- Breath Alcohol Clamp Studies
  • William McBride, Ph.D.- Alcohol Nicotine and Alpha 2 Brain Receptors
  • Lucy Carr, Ph.D.- ADH Polymorphisms - Collaborative Study on the Genetics of Alcoholism (All Aspects)

University of Connecticut Alcohol Research Center

  • Victor Hesselbrock, Ph.D., Center Director
  • Collaborative Study on the Genetics of Alcoholism- Interview Techniques & Instruments
  • Lance Bauer, Ph.D.- Electrophysiology, ERP
  • Henry Krassler, M.D.- Medication Development

University of South California

  • Dr. Hidekazu Tsukamoto -Dietary Iron and Alcoholic Liver Disease

Scripps Research Initiative

  • Cindy Ehlers, Ph.D. - Health Disparities, Genetics

V.A. Greater Los Angeles Health Care System

  • Anna S. Gukovskaya, Ph.D.- Role of Alcohol in Pancreatic Acinar Death
  • Steven Pandol, M.D.- Role of Alcohol in Pancreatic Acinar Death

Washington University- St. Louis - Collaborative Study on the Genetics of Alcoholism

  • Richard Todd, Ph.D., M.D.- Behavioral Genetics of Alcoholism and Cigarette Smoking
  • John Rohrbaugh, Ph.D.- Behavioral Genetics of Alcoholism and Cigarette Smoking
  • Alison Goate, Ph.D.- Collaborative Study of the Genetics Alcoholism-Genetics
  • Kathleen Bucholz, Ph.D.- Adolescents; Health Disparities

Collaborating Centers

David Crabb, M.D. Indiana University
Director Alcohol Research Center; Chairman, Department of Medicine John B. Hickam Professor of Medicine Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. Research expertise: Chemical effects of alcohol on the liver, the central nervous system and the metabolism.

Victor Hesselbrock, Ph.D., University of Connecticut
Professor Associate Chair for Research; Director, Alcohol Research Center Physicians Health Services; Professor of Addiction Studies. Research expertise: Psychological and biological factors that contribute to the susceptibility for developing alcohol problems, including dependence.

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