- July 2012
Articles in this newsletter discuss pilot projects program grants awards for mental health research, Summer Science Fellows visit to Capitol Hill, Congressional Science Exhibition anniversary, congressional briefing on HIV/AIDS and substance abuse and tobacco control.
- June 2012
Articles cover an APA Fellow's work on social media, advancement in neuroscience, funding for PCORI's National Priorities for Research and Research Agenda, an update on the Senate Appropriation Committee's funding bill for health programs and more.
- April 2012
The articles discuss congressional testimony on veterans’ research funding, White House science issues, appropriations staff, research on aging, appropriations bills, National Children’s Study Advisory Committee, PTSD research with women veterans, and federal advocacy training to I/O psychologists.
- March 2012
The articles discuss the congressional briefing on medications to treat addiction, preventing youth tobacco use, Brian Baird joining the APLS plenary session, Breckler's testimony, Francis Collins testimony, alzheimer’s plan and Ryan budget.
- February 2012
In this issue: 2013 budget, the new NIH institute on substance use and addiction, Alzheimer's disease funding, diversity and bias, and a briefing on medications to treat addiction.
- January 2012
The articles in this issue discuss FDA regulations, national research priorities and research design framework, HIV/AIDS behavioral research and grant success rates.
- December 2011
The articles in this issue discuss the fiscal year, member chairs FDA risk communication advisory committee, Medical Rehabilitation Research Advisory Board, Dr. Guttmacher, teens cigarette, alcohol and marijuana use, military and veteran issues, and Executive Branch Science Fellowship.
- November 2011
In this issue: funding for substance abuse research, review of tobacco products, social science research, NSF funding increase, education research, the federal budget, Executive Branch Science Fellowship, and Consortium of Social Science Associations.
- September 2011
In this issue: patient-centered outcomes research, NSF funding, psychologists telling Congress about disaster recovery and diabetes prevention, and military and veteran suicide.
- July 2011
In this issue: the debt ceiling/deficit reduction debate, tobacco products amendments, pilot fatigue, research funding, policy day, drug and veterans treatment courts, patient-centered outcomes research institute, attacks on NIH research and the NSF funding bill.