• Ann Tucker

NIDA Releases Strategic Plan on Research Priorities, Focus Areas

The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) has announced its Strategic Plan, which outlines the Institute’s priorities for the next five years. The plan focuses on scientific opportunities to meet current public health needs, while acknowledging that the landscape of drug use and addiction is always changing and that scientific innovation should alter the course of research. The plan emphasizes seven important cross-cutting areas that span all areas of NIDA research, and certain goals and key focus areas.

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