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Harnessing Insights from Other Disciplines to Advance Drug Abuse and Addiction Research

The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) is seeking submission of ideas from the general public on how to leverage specialized knowledge, methods, and tools from other disciplines to inform new directions in drug use and addiction research. NIDA aims to gain insights into new methods or approaches that could transform discovery in order to expand our basic understanding of drug use and addiction processes, accelerate the development of novel and more effective prevention and treatment strateg

Department of Health and Human Services - National Institutes of Health

Total Cash Prizes Offered: $25,000
Type of Challenge: Ideas
Partner Agencies | Non-federal: National Institute on Drug Abuse
Submission Start: 05/26/2015 09:00 AM ET
Submission End: 06/30/2015 11:59 PM ET

This challenge is externally hosted.

You can view the challenge details here: http://nida.ideascale.com/

Description

The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) is seeking submission of ideas from the general public on how to leverage specialized knowledge, methods, and tools from other disciplines to inform new directions in drug use and addiction research. NIDA aims to gain insights into new methods or approaches that could transform discovery in order to expand our basic understanding of drug use and addiction processes, accelerate the development of novel and more effective prevention and treatment strategies, and/or enhance our capacity to implement and improve upon evidence-based interventions.