The Chinese news outlet, The Paper, recently published an interview with IRWG Research Scientist Wang Zheng about her longtime work on feminism in the US and China.
A recent study led by IRWG Research Assistant Professor Quyen Ngo, found that one session of a behavioral intervention held in the emergency department can reduce underage drinking, dating violence perpetration, and depression symptoms in teens.
Sean Esteban McCabe (primary investigator), Carol Boyd, and Philip Veliz (co-investigators), were awarded funding from the National Institutes of Health for their project titled, “Health, Stress, and Tobacco Use Disparities among Sexual Minority Populations.”
Three-year NIH-funded study to enhance the understanding of tobacco/nicotine use among sexual minorities in the U.S.
Recent study finds that nonmedical use of prescription stimulants during adolescence is significantly associated with symptoms of substance use disorder in adulthood.
Dr. NiCole Buchanan reviews the research on workplace harassment and the ways in which women of color are uniquely targeted.
New research from IRWG researchers "confirms that athletes in certain high contact sports are at a greater risk of misusing opioids."
NIH/NIDA study led by Sean Esteban McCabe to assess the individual patterns and trajectories of medical and nonmedical use of four classes of prescription medications (i.e., opioids, sedatives, stimulants, tranquilizers) from adolescence to adulthood and the development of substance use disorders and other long-term adverse consequences in adulthood.
Three year NIH/NIDA study led by Sean Esteban McCabe to examine the course of drug use disorders along with longitudinal changes in recovery, rates and correlates of relapse and full remission.