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Morgan State University is a historically black institution designated as Maryland’s public urban university.  It is committed at the undergraduate level to the liberal arts, sciences, business, architecture, education and engineering.  At the graduate level, MSU offers 21 master’s degree programs, including programs in the arts and sciences, business, education, built-environmental studies (i.e., architecture, landscape architecture, city and regional planning) engineering, public health, social work and transportation.  It also offers doctoral programs in bio-environmental science, business administration, educational leadership, engineering, English, higher education, history, mathematics education, public health, science education and social work.        

     

The Prevention Sciences Research Center (PSRC) houses the Drug Abuse Research Program, the Center for Health Disparities Solutions, and the Center for the Study and Prevention of Drug Use. These entities have interrelated and independent studies being conducted by Morgan State’s research scientists, faculty fellows and doctoral students.  These programs have the common mission of expanding MSU’s involvement in research pertaining to drug use and prevention by: 1) conducting innovative and important research in the area of drug abuse; 2) enhancing the University’s infrastructure and augmenting its resources for conducting drug research within the University and the surrounding communities; 3) recruiting established and beginning drug abuse researchers to the University; 4) developing collaborative relationships with drug abuse researchers at local and national research institutions; and 5) mentoring junior faculty and students (both pre-doctoral and doctoral) interested in enhancing their research and methodological skills in preparation for successful research careers in drug use and associated areas.  

The mission of the PSRC will be accomplished through coordinated inter-institutional efforts in research, training and community outreach. The Center has a national focus, but much of its work is conducted in the local Baltimore community.

 

       Current Research Projects

The CEASE Project The Health and Wellness Project
The Methamphetamine in Rural Areas Project
 
   
   

 

 

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We congratulate Dr. Carla Storr and colleagues for their recently accepted paper by Drug and Alcohol Dependence.

More details will be added soon.

 
     
     

 


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