Resources

Neuroscience

Neuroscience Information Network - The Neuroscience Information Network is a National Institute of Health project. It provides access to a variety of neuroscience resources.

The Society for Neuroscience Press Room - The Society for Neuroscience, or SfN, is the nation's largest neuroscience group; it has over 40,000 scientist members. The Press room section of their website has a variety of articles on recent breakthroughs in the neuroscience field.

The Society for Neuroscience - Public Education - SfN also has a number of large public outreach initiatives, including its Brain Awareness campaign.

The Human Connectome Project - The human genome has been mapped; however, the connectivity of the brain hasn't! The Human Connectome Project aims to map how different areas of the brain are connected to one another.

Drug abuse and addiction

The National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA) - Latest News - NIDA posts articles about the latest findings in addiction research.

NIDA - For Teens - NIDA has a website aimed at explaining the science behind the effects of drugs on the brain in teenagers.

NIDA - Information for Patients and Families - General information about drug abuse and treatment for patients and families from NIDA.

NIDA - Information for Parents and Teachers - General information about drug abuse and treatment aimed at parents and teachers.

Rethinking Drinking - Rethinking Drinking is a website designed by the National Institute of Health. It explains serving sizes for different types of drinks and provides other alcohol-related resources.

National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) - The NIAAA is associated with the National Institute of Health and provides information about alcohol abuse.

AlcoholTreatment.net - is an organization dedicated to helping individuals seek recovery from alcohol addiction. Speak to one of their treatment specialists to learn more about alcohol rehab centers, treatment options, insurance, and more.