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INVITED LECTURES

The Neurobiology of Free Will in Addictive Disorders
Nora D. Volkow, M.D.
Director
National Institute on Drug Abuse

The Evolving Climate for Neuroscience and Society
Alan Leshner, Ph.D.
Chief Executive Officer
American Association for the Advancement of Science

FORUM

SUBSTANCE ABUSE IN YOUR PATIENTS: BEYOND WHAT IS TAUGHT IN YOUR RESIDENCY

What They Didnít Teach You In Residency About Diagnosing & Treating Prescription Opioid Abuse
Herbert D. Kleber, M.D.

Pharmacotherapy: From Antabuse to Zenova-vax
Thomas R. Kosten, M.D.

Clinical Implications and Applications of Advances in Addiction Research to the Evaluation and Treatment of Adolescents
Paula D. Riggs, M.D.

What Should All Psychiatry Residents Know About Treating Addiction?
Charles P. O'Brien, M.D., Ph.D.

SYMPOSIUM

INSIGHTS ON OBESITY AND DRUG ADDICTION FROM BRAIN IMAGING

Modulators of Orbitofrontal Activation in Response to Food Stimuli
Deborah Yurgelum-Todd, Ph.D.

Hunger as an Addiction
Alain Dagher, M.D.

Neuroimaging Studies of Obesity and Drug Addiction
Gene-Jack Wang, M.D.

SYMPOSIUM

WHAT IS THE DIRECTIONALITY OF THE ONSET OF COMORBID SUBSTANCE USE AND OTHER PSYCHIATRIC DISORDERS?

Evidence of Directionality in Epidemiological Studies of Adults
Ronald Kessler, Ph.D.

Genetic Factors and the Directionality of Comorbid Disorders
Michael Vanyukov, Ph.D.

Developmental Models to Explain the Onset and Directionality of Comorbid Disorders
Monique Ernst, Ph.D.

Treatment Implications of Determining the Directionality of Comorbid Disorders
Edward V. Nunes, M.D.

SYMPOSIUM

DRUG ABUSE TREATMENT WITHIN THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM: ADDRESSING OUR NATION'S PUBLIC HEALTH NEEDS

Findings From a National Survey of Correctional Agencies on Substance Abuse Treatment and Health Services: Who Can Get Served?
Faye S. Taxman, Ph.D.

The Long-Term Effectiveness of Corrections-Based Treatment for Drug-Involved Offenders
James A. Inciardi, Ph.D.

Mental Health and Co-Occurring Treatment Needs of Individuals in the Criminal Justice System
Roger H. Peters, Ph.D.

Meeting the Medical Needs of Offenders
Peter D. Friedmann, M.D.

Pharmacotherapy in Correctional Settings for Addictive and Other Mental Disorders
Robert P. Schwartz, M.D.

SYMPOSIUM

A PICTURE OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE ADOLESCENT BRAIN: A STRUCTURAL AND FUNCTIONAL ASSESSMENT

Mapping Adolescent Brain Maturation With Structural Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Elizabeth R. Sowell, Ph.D.

Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy Studies of Human Brain Development
Perry F. Renshaw, M.D., Ph.D. and Young-Hoon Sung, M.D.

Risk Taking and the Adolescent Brain: Who is at Risk?
B.J. Casey, Ph.D.

SYMPOSIUM

PRENATAL NICOTINE EXPOSURE: HOW DOES IT RELATE TO DEVELOPMENTAL VULNERABILITIES?

Neuroimaging Evidence of Altered Medial Temporal Lobe Function in Adolescent Tobacco Smokers With Prenatal Exposure to Maternal Smoking
Leslie K. Jacobsen, M.D.

Prenatal Nicotine Exposure Induces Sex-Dependent Changes in Dopamine Pathways in Adolescent Brain
Frances Leslie, Ph.D.


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