Investigator. Thomas J. Crowley, MD, first did drug abuse research
in his psychiatric residency in 1963-66. His work has included human
and animal behavioral studies, as well as clinical treatment studies.
Honors outlined in his biosketch include having been President of
both the College on Problems of Drug Dependence and the Association
for Medical Education and Research in Substance Abuse; membership
on the Drug Abuse Board of Scientific Counselors from NIDA's Intramural
Research Program; membership on the Drug Abuse Council of NIAAA;
membership on the committee which drafted the section on substance
use disorders in DSM-IV; and participation in the National Academy
of Sciences panel reporting on "medical marijuana". Crowley
is a long-time NIDA grantee. He directs the Division of Substance
Dependence of the Department of Psychiatry, University of Colorado
School of Medicine.
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