Funded Projects

Project # Project Title Sort descending Research Focus Area Research Program Administering IC(s) Institution(s) Investigator(s) Location(s) Year Awarded
3UG1DA013035-18S5
Optimizing Retention, Duration and Discontinuation Strategies for Opioid Use Disorder Pharmacotherapy New Strategies to Prevent and Treat Opioid Addiction Optimizing the Duration, Retention, and Discontinuation of Medication Treatment for Opioid Use Disorder NIDA New York University School of Medicine ROTROSEN, JOHN P New York, NY 2019
FOA Title: Administrative Supplements to Existing NIH Grants and Cooperative Agreements (Parent Admin Supp Clinical Trial Optional)
FOA Number: PA-18-591
Summary:

This study will (1) test pharmacologic and behavioral strategies to improve OUD pharmacotherapy treatment retention and to improve outcomes among patients who have been successfully stabilized on OUD medications and want to stop medication and (2) identify predictors of successful outcome and develop a stage model of relapse risk.

3UG1DA015831-17S5
Optimizing Retention, Duration and Discontinuation Strategies for Opioid Use Disorder Pharmacotherapy New Strategies to Prevent and Treat Opioid Addiction Optimizing the Duration, Retention, and Discontinuation of Medication Treatment for Opioid Use Disorder NIDA McLean Hospital WEISS, ROGER D Belmont, MA 2019
FOA Title: The National Drug Abuse Treatment Clinical Trials Network (UG1)
FOA Number: RFA-DA-15-008
Summary:

This study will (1) test pharmacologic and behavioral strategies to improve OUD pharmacotherapy treatment retention and to improve outcomes among patients who have been successfully stabilized on OUD medications and want to stop medication and (2) identify predictors of successful outcome and develop a stage model of relapse risk.

3UG1DA013035-17S7
Optimizing Retention, Duration and Discontinuation Strategies for Opioid Use Disorder Pharmacotherapy New Strategies to Prevent and Treat Opioid Addiction Optimizing the Duration, Retention, and Discontinuation of Medication Treatment for Opioid Use Disorder NIDA New York University School of Medicine ROTROSEN, JOHN P New York, NY 2019
FOA Title: Administrative Supplements to Existing NIH Grants and Cooperative Agreements (Parent Admin Supp Clinical Trial Optional)
FOA Number: PA-18-591
Summary:

This study will (1) test pharmacologic and behavioral strategies to improve OUD pharmacotherapy treatment retention and to improve outcomes among patients who have been successfully stabilized on OUD medications and want to stop medication and (2) identify predictors of successful outcome and develop a stage model of relapse risk.


Optimizing Retention, Duration, and Discontinuation Strategies for Opioid Use Disorder Pharmacotherapy New Strategies to Prevent and Treat Opioid Addiction Optimizing the Duration, Retention, and Discontinuation of Medication Treatment for Opioid Use Disorder NIDA Emmes Corportation VanVeldhuisen, Paul Rockville, MD 2019
FOA Number:
Summary:

This study will (1) test pharmacologic and behavioral strategies to improve OUD pharmacotherapy treatment retention and to improve outcomes among patients who have been successfully stabilized on OUD medications and want to stop medication and (2) identify predictors of successful outcome and develop a stage model of relapse risk.

3UG1DA015831-18S8
Optimizing Retention, Duration, and Discontinuation Strategies for Opioid Use Disorder Pharmacotherapy New Strategies to Prevent and Treat Opioid Addiction Optimizing the Duration, Retention, and Discontinuation of Medication Treatment for Opioid Use Disorder NIDA McLean Hospital Weiss, Roger Belmont, MA 2019
FOA Title: Administrative Supplements to Existing NIH Grants and Cooperative Agreements (Parent Admin Supp Clinical Trial Optional)
FOA Number: PA-18-591
Summary:

This study will (1) test pharmacologic and behavioral strategies to improve OUD pharmacotherapy treatment retention and to improve outcomes among patients who have been successfully stabilized on OUD medications and want to stop medication and (2) identify predictors of successful outcome and develop a stage model of relapse risk.