UNM Newsroom

UNM Receives $15.6 million NIH FIRST Grant to increase inclusive excellence at UNM

Katie Witkiewitz named CASAA Director

UNM story about IMPOWR Center grant

UNM Psychology Professor leads students to examine New Mexico substance use disorders

Researchers examine causes, effects, treatments for alcohol use disorder

New UNM study aims to learn why particular treatments work for alcohol use disorders

Katie Witkiewitz appointed chair of Addictions Risks and Mechanisms NIH Study Section

Katie Witkiewitz awarded American Psychological Association Presidential Citation for Early Career Achievements

Local News Media

KOAT story about sober curious movement

Albuquerque Journal Story about ABQ Treat

KRQE story about IMPOWR Center grant

Center Square story on opioid overdose deaths in New Mexico

KUNM Interview: Researchers use mindfulness and precision medicine to tackle alcohol abuse

UNM project to study treatment for alcohol use disorder

UNM study on drinking reductions

UNM Grand Challenges awarded to study substance use disorder

National and International News Media

LA Times story on Dry January and mindful drinking

WebMD story about drinking during the pandemic

Washington Post story on Dry January

Insider story about Dry January

New York Times story on treatment options for alcohol use disorder

Forbes story on tips for drinking reduction

GQ story on how to reduce drinking during the COVID-19 pandemic

Teen Vogue story about harm reduction and relapse

US News and World Report story on mindfulness for treating addiction

Time magazine story on quitting drinking for January “Dry January”

Chicago Tribune story about “sober curious” movement

Science Daily story about opioids and alcohol treatment outcomes

Chicago Tribune story about alcohol harm reduction

Newsweek story about benefits of mindfulness meditation

New Yorker story about transcranial direct current stimulation

Independent (UK) story about benefits of meditation

ABQ Research Lab, Director: Dr. Katie Witkiewitz

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