Uncovering the Genes at the Foundation of Alcohol Dependence
One of 27 research centers funded by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, PARC focuses on uncovering the genetics of how the brain adapts to alcohol.
PARC supports the coordinated research efforts of 16 scientists at the Portland Veteran Affairs Medical Center and Oregon Health & Science University in areas ranging from behavioral neuroscience to molecular biology.
Funding Available!!! Call for Pilot Project Research Proposals for funding in 2015. The PARC expects to be able to fund pilot research projects in 2015 (up to $35K each).FULL APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS AVAILABLE HERE The PARC is especially interested in encouraging investigators new to alcohol research to submit applications. Submission deadline is 12:00 noon, Friday, September 5, 2014, by email to Mark Rutledge-Gorman at email@example.com
The PARC offers training opportunities to graduate and post-graduate students interested in alcohol-abuse research. For details on current opportunities, please visit the OHSU Department of Behavioral Neuroscience
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