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Kristen Lawton Barry, PhD, Senior Associate Research Scientist, University of Michigan Department of Psychiatry, Division of Substance Abuse, and Associate Director, Department of Veterans Affairs National Serious Mental Illness Treatment Research and Evaluation Center (SMITREC), Ann Arbor. Dr. Barry was the primary author of the module on older adults.
Audrey L. Begun, PhD, MSW, Professor, Helen Bader School of Social Welfare and Associate Director, Center for Addiction and Behavioral Health Research, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Dr. Begun was responsible for integration of the modules with one another and with the corresponding Powerpoint® lecture materials. In addition to editing and supplementing each module, she was responsible for developing classroom activities associated with each module and for editing and expanding case study materials. She also co-authored of the modules on alcohol and intimate partner violence, and alcohol and the family.
Frederic C. Blow, PhD, Director, National Serious Mental Illness Treatment Research and Evaluation Center, Department of Veterans Affairs, Ann Arbor Michigan, and Senior Associate Research Scientist and Associate Professor, University of Michigan Department of Psychiatry. Dr. Blow was the co-author of the module on older adults.
Catherine Crisp, PhD, Assistant Professor, University of Kansas School of Social Welfare, University of Kansas. Dr. Crisp was the co-author of the module on disabilities.
Diana M. DiNitto, PhD, Cullen Centennial Professor in Alcohol Studies and Education, University Distinguished Teaching Professor and Co-Director, Substance Abuse Research Development Program, the University of Texas at Austin School of Social Work. Dr. DiNitto was the primary author of the module on disabilities.
Isabel Ellis, MSW, Public Health Analyst, Health Sciences Education Branch, Office of Research Translation and Communications, NIAAA, NIH. Ms. Ellis was the project officer for this effort, and co-authored the modules on alcohol and intimate partner violence and alcohol and the family. She was also responsible for coordination and implementation of project development, pilot testing, and training for social work educators on the use of these curricular materials.

Frank Hector Galvan, PhD, MSW, Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior, and Investigator, Collaborative Alcohol Research Center, Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science, Los Angeles. Dr. Galvan was the primary author of the module concerning immigrants and refugees.
Irene Glasser, PhD, MSW, Research Associate, Center for Alcohol and Addiction Studies, Brown University. Dr. Glasser was the primary author of the module on homeless populations.
Deborah Hasin, PhD, MSW, Professor of Clinical Public Health, School of Public Health, Department of Epidemiology and College of Physicians and Surgeons, Department of Psychiatry, Columbia University. Dr. Hasin was the primary author of the module concerning co-morbid psychiatric problems.
Michie N. Hesselbrock, PhD, MSW, Zachs Professor and Director of PhD Program, University of Connecticut School of Social Work. Dr. Hesselbrock was the primary author of material in the module concerning epidemiology and a contributing author to the module on etiology and the natural history of alcoholism.
Victor Hesselbrock, PhD, MSSW, Professor, Department of Psychiatry, University of Connecticut School of Medicine. Dr. Hesselbrock was the primary author of the module concerning the etiology and natural history of alcoholism.
Linda P. King, PhD, MSW, Project Director, Assistant Professor, State University of New York at Buffalo, and the Research Institute on Addictions. Dr. King was the co-author of the module on women and alcohol.
Jill Littrell, PhD, LCSW, Associate Professor, Department of Social Work, College of Health & Human Sciences, Georgia State University. Dr. Littrell was the primary author of material in the module concerning legal and ethical issues in prevention and treatment.
Linda Baier Manwell, M.S., Epidemiologist with the University of Wisconsin-Madison Medical School, Department of Family Medicine and Section of General Internal Medicine. Ms. Manwell was responsible for the final review and formatting of all materials.
Christine McGrath, MPH, Research Assistant, University of Texas at Houston, School of Public Health Dallas Regional Campus. Ms. McGrath was co-author of the module on ethnicity, culture, and alcohol.
James R. Moran, PhD, Professor of Social Work and Vice Provost for Graduate Studies and Research, University of Denver. Dr. Moran was the primary author of the prevention module.
Margaret M. Murray, MSW, Chief, Health Sciences Education Branch, Office of Research Translation and Communications, NIAAA, NIH. Ms. Murray was the primary author of the module on screening for alcohol use disorders. She was also responsible for overseeing development and implementation of this project.
Cheryl A. Parks, PhD, MSW, Assistant Professor, University of Connecticut, School of Social Work. Dr. Parks was the primary author of the module on sexual orientation.
Susan J. Rose, PhD, MSW, Associate Professor, Helen Bader School of Social Welfare and Center Scientist/Board Member of the Center for Addiction and Behavioral Health Research, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Dr. Rose was the primary author on the module with content related to coordinated care systems.
Nancy Smyth, PhD, MSW, CASAC, Associate Professor, University of Buffalo, School of Social Work, State University of New York, Director of the Northeastern States Addiction Technology Transfer Center, New York State Satellite Office. Dr. Smyth was the primary author of the module on women and alcohol.
Eric F. Wagner, PhD, Associate Professor, School of Social Work, College of Health and Urban Affairs, Florida International University. Dr. Wagner was the primary author of the module on adolescents
Bette Ann Weinstein, MSW, DSW, Private practitioner and retired Adjunct Professor, National Catholic School of Social Services, The Catholic University of America, Washington, DC. Dr. Weinstein contributed to the module on etiology and natural history.
Debra J. Woody, PhD, LMSW-ACP, Assistant Professor, University of Texas at Arlington. Dr. Woody was the primary author of the module on ethnicity and culture.
Allen Zweben, DSW, Professor, Helen Bader School of Social Welfare and Director of the Center for Addiction and Behavioral Health Research, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Dr. Zweben was the primary author for two modules: assessment and diagnosis, and motivation and treatment.

 

Updated: March 2005