NameInstitution / AffiliationDisciplineURL (if applicable)Interests
David AdenCenter for the Study of Drug Addiction PolicyEducation and Advocacyhttps://csdap.orgThe brain disease model of addiction, multiple pathways to recovery, informed consent
Judith AldridgeUniversity of ManchesterCriminologyhttps://www.research.manchester.ac.uk/portal/judith.aldridge.htmlDrug markets, online drug markets, drug cryptomarkets, policy and use
Philippe ArversUniversité Grenoble AlpesAddictologyPhilippe Arvers (researchgate.net)Prevention and treatment of addictions EIBI
Psychosocial skills use in high school
Franca BeccariaEclectica, Institute for research and trainingSociologywww.eclectica.itAddiction theories
Risk and protective factors Drinking cultures
Drugs consumption patterns Alcohol and drug policies
Jamie BrownUCL, UKPsychologyhttps://iris.ucl.ac.uk/iris/browse/profile?upi=JBROW12Theories of addiction;
Tobacco and alcohol research
Bruce
Alexander
Simon Fraser UniversityPsychologyhttps://www.brucekalexander.comTheory of causes of addiction; Role of addiction in modern society
Douglas CameronUniversity of Leicester (Retired)PsychiatryWitnessing the dismantling of simplistic models of addiction
Adrian CarterMonash UniversityNeuroscience, ethics and policyhttps://research.monash.edu/en/persons/adrian-carterEthical, social and policy implications of neuroscience research and technology
Vagner Dos SantosCharles Sturt University, AustraliaOccupational Therapyhttps://science-health.csu.edu.au/schools/health-exercise-sports/staff/profiles/occupational-therapy/vagner-dos-santosSocial Policy, Health services, Drugs and Violence, Recovery
Michael EgererUniversity of HelsinkiSociologyhttps://blogs.helsinki.fi/hu-ceacg/Theory of addiction
Gambling
Matt FieldUniversity of Sheffield, UKPsychologyhttps://www.sheffield.ac.uk/psychology/people/academic/matt-fieldPsychological and neuroscientific models of addiction
Leon GarciaHospital of Clinics - University of São Paulo, BrazilPsychiatryConcept of substance misuse/addiction; public policies/ vulnerable populations
Nick HeatherNorthumbria University, UKPsychologyOutcome research on psychosocial treatment for alcohol problems and for brief interventions. Theory of addiction.
Derek HeimEdge Hill University, UKPsychologyhttps://www.edgehill.ac.uk/psychology/people/academic-staff/professor-derek-heim/Social and contextual influences on substance use. Theory of addiction.
Lee HogarthUniversity of ExeterPsychologyhttps://psychology.exeter.ac.uk/staff/profile/index.php?web_id=Lee_HogarthSocial gradients in addiction. Theories of addiction. Structural versus biomedical interventions.
David HoskinsUniversity of Bath.
Sherwood Psychotherapy training institute (SPTI)
IntegrativePsychotherapyDevelopmental theory of addictions.
Developmentally focused and relationally based integrative psychotherapy.
Object relations and self psychology.
Anja Koski-
Jännes
Tampere University, FinlandSocial psychologyTheories of addiction. Prevention and treatment of addictions. Recovery from addiction. Contextual influences on addictions and their treatment.
Sotiris LainasAristotle University of ThessalonikiPsychologyhttps://auth.academia.edu/SotirisLainasPrevention and treatment of addictions, Self-Help/Mutual Aid Groups in the field of Addictions, Recovery, History of Addiction Treatment, Drug Policy, Addiction Theory
Gordon LynchQueen’s University BelfastLawDisease model of addiction, bio-psycho-social-spiritual model of health / recovery
Mary Ellen Mackesy-AmitiUniversity of Illinois at ChicagoPublic Healthhttps://www.researchgate.net/profile/Mary-Mackesy-AmitiHarm reduction; HIV/HCV risk behavior; mental health
Thomas MartinelliIVO Research Institute, The Hague, the NetherlandsAnthropology, Criminologyhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/thomas-martinelli-78a237b6/ https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Thomas-MartinelliDrug policy; Addiction theory; Addiction recovery; Forensic treatment; Harm reduction; Vulnerable and marginalised groups
Guilherme MessasSanta Casa de São Paulo School of Medical Sciences, BrazilPsychiatryhttps://guilhermemessas.com/Psychopathological concept of misuse and its clinical consequences. Public policies
Rebecca MonkEdge Hill University, UKPsychologyhttps://www.edgehill.ac.uk/psychology/people/academic-staff/dr-rebecca-monk/Contextual drivers of substance-use and related cognitions.
James MorrisLondon South Bank UniversityPsychologyhttps://www.researchgate.net/profile/James-Morris-46Alcohol problems, stigma, treatment, prevention
Antony MossLondon South Bank University, UKPsychologyhttps://www.lsbu.ac.uk/about-us/people/people-finder/prof-antony-mossTheories of addictive behaviour; Public health aspects of alcohol and gambling; Vulnerable and marginalised groups
Nikos A. MylonasDurham University, UKPhilosophyhttps://www.dur.ac.uk/directory/profile/?id=16826Theory of Addiction; Bioethics; History of Addiction Treatments; Medical Humanities
Eduardo J. Pedrero-PérezUniversidad Complutense de MadridPsychologyhttps://www.researchgate.net/profile/Eduardo-Pedrero-PerezParadigm shift in the understanding and approach to problems derived from substance use and abusive behaviors.
Mahesh RajasuriyaUniversity of ColomboPsychiatryhttps://www.res.cmb.ac.lk/psychiatry/mahesh.rajasuriya/Addiction psychiatry, psychotherapy, community psychiatry, sexology
Stephen RollnickCardiff UniversityPsychologywww.stephenrollnick.comWhy and how people change; motivational interviewing in care settings, education and sport
Frederick RotgersIselin, NJ and John Jay College of Criminal JusticePsychologyhttps://headway.co/providers/frederick-rotgersAddiction theory and treatment using empirically validated approaches. Challenging simplistic explanations of human behavior.
Mark SchenkerIndependent Practice, Blue Bell, PA, USAPsychologyhttp://www.drmarkschenker.comTreatment of Substance Use Disorders and other psychological problems
Gillian W ShorterQueen's University BelfastPsychologyhttps://pure.qub.ac.uk/en/persons/gillian-shorterHarm reduction, behaviour change interventions, trials and methodology including core outcome sets, public health, open science
Chandra SripadaU. Michigan, Ann ArborPsychiatry and Philosophyhttps://sites.lsa.umich.edu/sripada/Addiction, neurodevelopment, executive functions and self-control, philosophical psychology
Stuart TaylorThe Open UniversityCriminologyhttps://www.ljmu.ac.uk/about-us/staff-profiles/faculty-of-arts-professional-and-social-studies/school-of-justice-studies/stuart-taylorDrug policy, social/cultural constructions of substance use.
Joan TrujolsHospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau, Barcelona, SpainPsychologyhttps://www.researchgate.net/profile/Joan-TrujolsHarm reduction; outcomes research; personomics
Richard VellemanUniversity of Bath, UK /Sangath, IndiaPsychologyhttp://www.bath.ac.uk/psychology/staff/richard-velleman/Addiction and the Family. Global mental health, use of lay providers and/or tech solutions. Theory of Addiction.
Emily Vey DukeSyracuse University, USMedia Artshttp://dukeandbattersby.com/wp/the-infernal-grove-project-about/Harm Reduction, “recovery” and social control, the impact of addiction, drugs and recovery on at-risk populations….actually everything about drugs ever.
Darin WeinbergUniversity of CambridgeSociologyhttps://research.sociology.cam.ac.uk/profile/professor-darin-weinbergTheories of addiction, their practical uses and histories; recovery
Reinout WiersUniversity of Amsterdam, UvA, NLPsychologyhttps://www.uva.nl/profiel/w/i/r.w.h.j.wiers/r.w.h.j.wiers.html
https://www.centreforurbanmentalhealth.com
Addiction, theory, intervention development, developmental psychopathology, urban mental health