Teens

Addiction Science Award Blog Posts

Nora Volkow and Charles O'Keefe present an award in an envelope to Kashfia Nehrin Rahman.

Teens and “Nomophobia”: Cell Phone Separation Anxiety

December 09, 2015  /  The NIDA Blog Team

Do you get stressed when you can’t check your texts? One teen set out to discover how cell phone separation anxiety affects teens. Read More »

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2014 Intel Addiction Science winners visit NIDA (from left to right): Carol Krause, NIDA Public Information and Liaison Branch Chief; Dr. William Dewey, Chair, Friends of NIDA; Aakash Jain; Lily Wei Lee; Dr. Nora D. Volkow, NIDA Director; Alexandra Ulmer; Sarayu Caulfield; Dr. Sheri Grabus, NIDA Press Officer.

Award-Winning Teens Hope To Improve Lives Through Research

October 09, 2014  /  The NIDA Blog Team

NIDA’s 2014 Addiction Science Award winners tackled emerging topics in addiction science and impressed the judges with their desire to help improve lives. Read More »

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Dr. Tricia Witte, Faculty member at the University of Alabama (UA), with a student.

Colleges Offer Addiction Science Programs So Students Can Help Tackle Drug Addiction

April 30, 2014  /  Dr. Tricia Witte, Faculty member at the University of Alabama (UA).

Have you ever thought about a career in Addiction Science? Many teens across the country are interested in learning more about this field so they can tackle one of America's most challenging problems. Read More »

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Zarin Rahman receiving her award

Screen Time and Teens: An Interview With Zarin Rahman

December 17, 2013  /  Sara Bellum

Zarin Rahman is a senior at Brookings High School in South Dakota. She won the 1st place 2013 Addiction Science Award. Read More »

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Emory Payne

Alcohol and Zebrafish: An Interview With Emory Payne

December 10, 2013  /  Sara Bellum

Emory Payne is a senior at Bancroft School in Massachusetts. Emory and his lab partner, Zohaib Majaz, won the 2nd place 2013 Addiction Science Award. Read More »

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