Education

IDEA FOR AN ADDICTION SCIENCE SPEAKER?

UF CARE MONTHLY SEMINAR SERIES:

Each year, UF CARE hosts two external speakers as a part of our monthly seminar series; one a more “basic” scientist, the other more “applied” and YOU have the opportunity to suggest potential speakers!

We are already looking for speakers for Spring 2021 and the 2021-2022 academic year. Go to our Nomination Form and place your nomination! Because we schedule speakers in advance, nominations are reviewed twice a year by the seminar series committee.

Co-Hosted Speakers:

Do you work with a group shares interests with UF CARE? Depending on resource and scheduling availability, UF CARE will periodically co-host speakers with other groups on campus. If your group is addressing a topic that you believe would be of interest to CARE members, please contact the UF CARE administrative office directly (CARE@health.ufl.edu) if we have open opportunities, you’ll be asked to provide additional detail.

Thanks for your help so we can continue to bring in outstanding speakers for the center!


SEMINARS

UF CARE Seminars begin at 3:00 PM:

Upcoming CARE Seminars

January 20, 2021 – Dr. Brandon Warren, Assistant Professor, UF Department of Pharmacodynamics: “The role of neuronal ensembles in the initiation and maintenance of cocaine seeking”

February 17, 2021 – Dr. Bethany Stennett, Postdoctoral Associate, UF Department of Clinical & Health Psychology: “Determining the Effects of Acute Alcohol on Regional Neural Dynamics and Pain”


Training Programs

University of Florida Substance Abuse Training Center in Public Health (NIDA T32)

Translational Science Training to Reduce the Impact of Alcohol on HIV Infection (NIAAA T32)


Training Certificate

Department of Psychiatry Online Graduate Certificate in Addiction and Recovery

addiction-certificate.psychiatry.ufl.edu

The UF online addiction certificate is designed and taught by experts within the Addiction Division of the UF Department of Psychiatry, one of the largest addiction research, training, treatment and education programs nationally.