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The Addiction Sciences Division occupies two floors within the Institute of Psychiatry (IOP) and additional space in the Roper Medical Office Building and the Charleston Center. Within the IOP, there are two additional floors with extensive basic research laboratories. All basic science research laboratories have access to shared equipment and resources such as ultra-low freezers, centrifuges, scintillation counters, and cold, warm, light-controlled and tissue culture rooms.
There is a clinical bar laboratory and a nicotine cue-exposure laboratory to study craving and medication effects on craving in humans, clinical research space, and interview and therapy rooms to accommodate a vibrant front-line treatment program for individuals suffering from addiction to alcohol and/or other drugs.
MUSC News - Sept 6, 2017
Battling the opioid epidemic - MUSC experts pull together to help stem the tide
Post and Courier News - June 11, 2017
MUSC researchers are recruiting veterans and civilians with PTSD and alcohol addiction for clinical trials