Science Policy Insider News
Science Policy Insider News (June 2002)
Earlier this month, we learned that the Food and Drug Administration chose, and received acceptances from, the 15 initial voting members of FDA’s Risk Communication Advisory Committee.
A 2005 World Health Assembly resolution on public health problems caused by harmful use of alcohol requested that the Director-General of the World Health Organization (WHO) draw up recommendations for effective policies and interventions to reduce alcohol-related harm.
On May 29th, a contingent of staff from APA and American Psychological Society joined leaders in the field of animal learning research to meet with the Directors of the Biological Sciences and Social, Behavioral and Economic Sciences Directorates at the National Science Foundation (NSF).
Evaluating the abuse liability of new and existing medications is a tricky business coordinated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA).
Friends of NICHD Testify on Capitol Hill; Tenth Annual Science Advocacy Training Workshop;Advocating for NSF’S New Science of Learning Centers; Showcasing Behavioral Research at Capitol Hill Reception; Ten Psychologists on the Hill in Nine Days — This May be a Record; Science PPO Supports NIMH, NIDA, and NIAAA Funding Increases; Results of Planning Meeting