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Currently, there are over 30 multidisciplinary faculty members in the division with expertise ranging from pharmacology and psychology, to adult and child psychiatry. In addition, there are a number of affiliated faculty with substance abuse research expertise in other departments, other colleges at the university, or in other divisions in the Department of Psychiatry that are closely associated with the Addiction Sciences Division (ASD) faculty and attend ASD-related activities and programs. The faculty ranks are nearly equally divided among Instructor, Assistant, Associate, and Professor levels, demonstrating a strong pipeline of junior investigators, combined with significant senior leadership at the top levels.

Raymond F. Anton, MDSudie E. Back, PhD
Dr. Becker Howard C. Becker, PhD Sarah W. Book, MD
Kathleen T. Brady, MD, PhDMatthew J. Carpenter, PhD
Geoffrey P. Cheek, MSWDeborah Deas, MD, MPH
Julianne C. (Hellmuth) Flanagan, PhDKevin M. Gray, MD
William C. "Tripp" Griffin III, PhD

Karen J. Hartwell, MD

Louise F. Haynes, MSW

Bryan W. Heckman, PhD

Joshua Hillie, MSW, LISW-CP

Therese K. Killeen, PhD
Elisabeth L. Kryway, PA-CPatricia K. Latham, PhD
Marcelo F. Lopez, PhDViktoriya Magid, PhD
Robert J. Malcolm, MDW. Wood Marchant III, LISW-CP
Jenna L. McCauley, PhDErin A. McClure, PhD

Aimee L. McRae-Clark, PharmD

image of Dr. MillerPeter M. Miller, PhD
Margaret M. "Megan"
Moran-Santa Maria, PhD
Karen Perlmutter, LISW
James J. Prisciandaro, PhDDr. RandallCarrie Randall, PhD
Interim Director
Patrick K. Randall, PhDElizabeth Santa Ana, PhD
Joseph P. Schacht, PhDJoshua P. Smith, PhD
Susan C. Sonne, PharmD
Lindsay M. Squeglia, PhD
Suzanne E. Thomas, PhDBryan K. Tolliver, MD, PhD
Konstantin E. Voronin, MD, PhD  

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