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Conjoint 556

"Addiction: Mechanisms, Prevention, Treatment"

Course Description: CONJ 556 is a graduate level course consisting of lectures, discussions of assigned reading, and one term paper.  Lectures will be presented by UW faculty with extensive experience in addiction research. The course is designed to broadly train students in research approaches across the spectrum of addiction studies from genetics, molecular pharmacology, epidemiology, clinical trials design, harm-reduction, and counseling interventions.

Credits: 2

When: Fall Quarter: Tuesdays, 3:30 - 5:20 pm, beginning Sept. 30, 2008.

Location: Johnson Hall, room 102

Registration: This course is open to all interested UW graduate or senior undergraduate students. Permission of the instructor is not required for enrollment.

Syllabus: View the 2008 syllabus and assigned readings. Lectures will be recorded and available on the syllabus page after each class.

For 2007 course materials, including audio, PowerPoint presentations, and assigned readings, please see: CONJ 556 Syllabus (2007).


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