|Institution / Affiliation
|URL (if applicable)
|Center for the Study of Drug Addiction Policy
|Education and Advocacy
|The brain disease model of addiction, multiple pathways to recovery, informed consent
|University of Manchester
|Drug markets, online drug markets, drug cryptomarkets, policy and use
|Agenzia Regionale di Sanita’ Toscana, Firenze, Italia
|Université Grenoble Alpes
|Philippe Arvers (researchgate.net)
|Prevention and treatment of addictions EIBI
Psychosocial skills use in high school
|Eclectica, Institute for research and training
Risk and protective factors Drinking cultures
Drugs consumption patterns Alcohol and drug policies
|University of Luebeck, Germany
|Untreated Recovery from SUDs, Social and cultural influences on substance use and substance-related harm, Epistemology and Addiction Research
|Theories of addiction;
Tobacco and alcohol research
|Simon Fraser University
|Theory of causes of addiction; Role of addiction in modern society
|University of Leicester (Retired)
|Witnessing the dismantling of simplistic models of addiction
|University of Bristol
|Harm reduction, opioids, stigma, intervention development
|Neuroscience, ethics and policy
|Ethical, social and policy implications of neuroscience research and technology
|Vagner Dos Santos
|Charles Sturt University, Australia
|Social Policy, Health services, Drugs and Violence, Recovery
|University of Helsinki
|Theory of addiction
|University of Sheffield, UK
|Psychological and neuroscientific models of addiction
|Hospital of Clinics - University of São Paulo, Brazil
|Concept of substance misuse/addiction; public policies/ vulnerable populations
|Northumbria University, UK
|Outcome research on psychosocial treatment for alcohol problems and for brief interventions. Theory of addiction.
|Edge Hill University, UK
|Social and contextual influences on substance use. Theory of addiction.
|University of Exeter
|Social gradients in addiction. Theories of addiction. Structural versus biomedical interventions.
|University of Bath.
Sherwood Psychotherapy training institute (SPTI)
|Developmental theory of addictions.
Developmentally focused and relationally based integrative psychotherapy.
Object relations and self psychology.
|Goethe-Universität Frankfurt, Germany
|Sociology, Criminology, Social Pedagogy
|Drug Culture, Drug Policy, Harm Reduction
|Tampere University, Finland
|Theories of addiction. Prevention and treatment of addictions. Recovery from addiction. Contextual influences on addictions and their treatment.
|Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
|Prevention and treatment of addictions, Self-Help/Mutual Aid Groups in the field of Addictions, Recovery, History of Addiction Treatment, Drug Policy, Addiction Theory
|Queen’s University Belfast
|Disease model of addiction, bio-psycho-social-spiritual model of health / recovery
|Mary Ellen Mackesy-Amiti
|University of Illinois at Chicago
|Harm reduction; HIV/HCV risk behavior; mental health
|IVO Research Institute, The Hague, the Netherlands
|Drug policy; Addiction theory; Addiction recovery; Forensic treatment; Harm reduction; Vulnerable and marginalised groups
|Santa Casa de São Paulo School of Medical Sciences, Brazil
|Psychopathological concept of misuse and its clinical consequences. Public policies
|Edge Hill University, UK
|Contextual drivers of substance-use and related cognitions.
|London South Bank University
|Alcohol problems, stigma, treatment, prevention
|London South Bank University, UK
|Theories of addictive behaviour; Public health aspects of alcohol and gambling; Vulnerable and marginalised groups
|Nikos A. Mylonas
|Durham University, UK
|Theory of Addiction; Bioethics; History of Addiction Treatments; Medical Humanities
|Eduardo J. Pedrero-Pérez
|Universidad Complutense de Madrid
|Paradigm shift in the understanding and approach to problems derived from substance use and abusive behaviors.
|University of Colombo
|Addiction psychiatry, psychotherapy, community psychiatry, sexology
|Why and how people change; motivational interviewing in care settings, education and sport
|Iselin, NJ and John Jay College of Criminal Justice
|Addiction theory and treatment using empirically validated approaches. Challenging simplistic explanations of human behavior.
|Independent Practice, Blue Bell, PA, USA
|Treatment of Substance Use Disorders and other psychological problems
|Gillian W Shorter
|Queen's University Belfast
|Harm reduction, behaviour change interventions, trials and methodology including core outcome sets, public health, open science
|U. Michigan, Ann Arbor
|Psychiatry and Philosophy
|Addiction, neurodevelopment, executive functions and self-control, philosophical psychology
|The Open University
|Drug policy, social/cultural constructions of substance use.
|Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau, Barcelona, Spain
|Harm reduction; outcomes research; personomics
|University of Bath, UK /Sangath, India
|Addiction and the Family. Global mental health, use of lay providers and/or tech solutions. Theory of Addiction.
|Emily Vey Duke
|Syracuse University, US
|Harm Reduction, “recovery” and social control, the impact of addiction, drugs and recovery on at-risk populations….actually everything about drugs ever.
|University of Cambridge
|Theories of addiction, their practical uses and histories; recovery
|University of Amsterdam, UvA, NL
|Addiction, theory, intervention development, developmental psychopathology, urban mental health