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In a world-first, Australian researchers are trialling a new medication to help people who want to stop using crystal methamphetamine, or ‘ice’.
NDRI researchers will lead a project examining the impact physical availability of alcohol has on sales and related harm as part of a $2m grant with colleagues from the United States.
NCETA is seeking specialist and generalist members of the alcohol and other drug (AOD) workforce to join its new AOD Workforce Reference Group.
NCETA are thrilled to announce that, in partnership with the Alcohol and Drug Foundation, we are offering a PhD Enterprise Scholarship to undertake research investigating high risk drinking among m
The Birdiya Miya Homelessness Research Project recently presented an exhibition of art, photography and film created by research participants
Version 2.1 of the alcohol harm visualisation tool shows latest alcohol harm trends in Australia.
NDARC’s Dr Natasa Gisev has been awarded $1,027,327 over four years through the NHMRC Ideas Grant scheme.
NCETA Director, Jacquie Bowden was thrilled to be featured in the popular Radio 531 podcast, Vogliamoci Bene with Mario Corena.
A new NCCRED study has found lisdexamfetamine is safe and feasible for treating acute methamphetamine withdrawal.
The VAN series are bitesize videos showcasing NCCRED supported research produced for consumers and professionals.
NCETA are excited to welcome 4th year Medical Student, Drishti Gupta to the team as a visiting student researcher.
The national centres are supported by funding from the Australian Government under the Drug and Alcohol Program
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