The GIN Bulletin

February 2021

Are you or do you know an undergrad student interested in research? If so, we encourage you to apply to do a paid summer internship at the Greater Intermountain Node through the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA).

The NIDA Summer Research Internship Program supports all students with a focus on increasing underrepresented populations in drug abuse research. Through this program, undergraduate students age 18 years and older are introduced to the field of drug abuse and addiction research by participating in research internships with NIDA’s distinguished scientists at universities across the United States.

Come join our team for 8 weeks & earn valuable research experience! This program provides summer research internships for all undergraduate students 18 years and older, with a focus on recruiting students underrepresented in the biomedical, behavioral, and clinical sciences (American Indian/Alaska Native, Black/African American, Hispanic/Latino, Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander) Graduating 2020 college seniors are eligible to apply. You can apply and learn more at https://nidaextshare.nida.nih.gov/SRIP/sitepages/application.aspx. The application deadline is Friday, Feb. 12, 2020.

Read GIN 'Chalk Talk' with Elizabeth F. Howell, MD MS. Dr. Howell is one of the Principal Investigators of the upcoming Optimizing Retention, Duration, and Discontinuation Strategies for Opioid Use Disorder Pharmacotherapy (RDD) Study. 

GIN Principal Investigator and PARCKA Director Adam J. Gordon, MD MPH and GIN/PARCKA Affiliate Audrey Jones, PhD have together recently had several papers accepted for publication. Read more here.

January 2021

Read the January 2021 GIN Monthly here.

Adam J. Gordon, MD MPH FACP DFASAM, Principal Investigator of the Greater Intermountain Node, presented to the Utah Department of Health's Cannabinoid Product Board. Read more here.

We are seeking a part-time graduate research assistant to join our team! This position provides support to a clinical study team by applying statistical analyses to a research project for the purpose of effectively collecting and reporting data as well as reviewing and/or completing study related clinical data management deliverables. This position requires a solid knowledge of standard statistical analysis procedures and demonstrated knowledge of at least one statistical programming language. Learn more and apply here.

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