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Welcome to the IMPACT Lab! 

Find out information about our Active Research Studies

If you are looking to reduce or end your alcohol use, please contact our research team to learn about treatment studies that are available.

Contact us at 843-792-4357or

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Meet the Lab Members

Learn more about the faculty and staff of the IMPACT Lab!

Read Publications co-authored by our faculty & staff

Learn more about Mental Health Resources available for you

Apply for Research Training Programs

Diversity in Addiction Research Training (DART) Program

The DART Program offers several programs for students and trainees to gain valuable experience in addiction research. The Resident Research Track is open to MUSC Psychiatry Residents and can be integrated in to any of the three main residency programs. The Summer Research Training Program is open to undergraduate, graduate and medical students and the FLEX Research Elective is open to MUSC FLEX medical students for their rotation.

Application information and deadlines is available on our website.

If you have any questions, please contact the DART Program Coordinator, Hailey Britt.

Enhancing Diversity in Addiction Research (EDAR) Training

EDAR is a virtual two-year training program that will engage underrepresented (per NIH NOT-OD-20-031) doctoral psychology trainees in alcohol research during the transition through internship application and postdoctoral fellowship.

EDAR will be soliciting trainees for the 2022 cohort in late spring 2022.

For additional information, please contact the EDAR Program Coordinator, Hailey Britt or visit our website.


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