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NIDA Intramural Research Program (IRP). Visited by NIDA Council in September 2004 Reviews by the Board of Scientific Councilors in February & September 2005. What’s New at the IRP?. a. Obesity Initiative – Food Addiction. fMRI imaging Teen obesity research program Preclinical studies.

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NIDA Intramural Research Program (IRP)
  • Visited by NIDA Council in September 2004
  • Reviews by the Board of Scientific Councilors in February & September 2005
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What’s New at the IRP?

a. Obesity Initiative – Food Addiction

  • fMRI imaging
  • Teen obesity research program
  • Preclinical studies
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What’s New at the IRP?

b. Human Research Program

  • Collaboration with Maryland Psychiatric Research Center (MPRC) – Co-Morbidity, Sharing of resources for recruitment, Investigator collaborations, Training of fellows
  • Participation in NIDA initiatives on fetal drug exposure and DUI
  • CRF – Clinical, Imaging, Preclinical studies
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What’s New at the IRP?

c. Imaging

  • 9.4T animal magnet now operational
  • Development of nicotinic ligands
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What’s New at the IRP?

d. Parkinson’s Disease Initiatives

  • Genetics
  • New animal model based on mitochondrial dysfunction
  • Stem cells
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What’s New at the IRP?

e. New Building

  • Opportunities for collaborations with other NIH Institutes
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