RISC: Capturing Rural Injection Risk Network Structures from Continuous-time Interaction Data
The RISC project aims to understand the unique networks and structural risk factors associated with rural drug use in order to understand and lessen the potential for epidemics, even if current infection rates are low.
Led by Dr. Jeffery SmithAssociate Professor and Graduate Chair in the Department of Sociology at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln
CLASS: Cognitive, Large - And Small - Scale
is a cognitive neuroscience battery for assessing disruptions in core cognitive processes across multiple rural drug-abuse sub-populations
Led by Dr. Matthew JohnsonAssistant Professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln
TEAMS: Testing the Efficacy of Ibudilast to Attenuate Meth-Seeking and Associated Synaptic Inflammation at the Synapse
Led by Dr. Gurudutt Pendyala Associate Professor in the Department of Anesthesiology at the University of Nebraska Medical Center
Interpersonal Conflict and Drug Use in the Great Plains
This project aims to create a dynamic multi-level network model that utilizes relationship characteristics and contextual factors to better understand the interpersonal context of rural drug use.