CAAS celebrated its 30th anniversary on Sept.20-21, 2013
The Center for Alcohol and Addiction Studies (CAAS) celebrated its 30th year of promoting the identification, prevention, and effective treatment of alcohol and other drug use problems in our society. To honor this occasion, we hosted a celebration to honor faculty, trainees, alumnae, and other friends of CAAS September 20-22. On September 20, we held an Alumnae Homecoming Banquet for faculty, current and past trainees, and major friends of CAAS. At this event, Dr. David Lewis described the founding of CAAS, now available in our video archive. [http://youtu.be/fKU9gVhg89M] On September 21, a colloquium showcased a day of research presentations by faculty and former fellows who have been at CAAS over the years [Colloquium Schedule], along with a keynote address by Dr. David Abrams from the Legacy Foundation in Washington, DC, on the changing face of tobacco use and tobacco use policy in the US. Opening remarks by President Christina Paxson highlighted the growth of CAAS over the past 30 years and the important role CAAS plays in the university and in leadership in national and international research on all aspects of tobacco, alcohol and drug use. The Brown Daily Herald described the CAAS 30th anniversary colloquium event and remarks by President Christine Paxson on the occasion. [http://www.browndailyherald.com/2013/09/24/colloquium-celebrates-caas-anniversary/]
Center for Alcohol and Addiction Studies
Our mission is to promote the identification, prevention, and effective treatment of alcohol and other drug use problems in our society through research, education, training, and policy advocacy.
Peter M. Monti, Ph.D., Center Director
Suzanne Colby, Ph.D., Associate Director
Jeffrey Griffin, Associate Director, Finance and Administration
Christopher Kahler, Ph.D., Associate Director of Biostatistics
Damaris Rohsenow, Ph.D., Associate Director
Robert Swift, M.D., Ph.D., Associate Director
The Brown University Center for Alcohol and Addiction Studies is located at 121 South Main St., Providence, RI.