National Institute on Drug Abuse

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National Institute on Drug Abuse is an addiction research center located in Baltimore, Maryland.


The abbreviation for the National Institute on Drug Abuse is NIDA. The National Institute of Drug Abuse is an Addiction Research Center, National Institute on Drug Abuse, located in Baltimore, MD (Orleans & Slade). NIDA's chief of pharmacology research in 1994 was Dr. Jack E. Henningfield. (NYT 4/29/94). NIDA has concluded that nicotine is addictive (Barron's 5/16/94). "National Institute of Drug Abuse" (AP 8/1/94). "National Institute on Drug Abuse" (DSM-1994).

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