Alcohol Research Group
New research is first to assess the use of dried blood spot collection in a large national study
An electronic screening and brief intervention (e-SBI) program significantly reduced alcohol use among women who were risky drinkers.
New study links moderate cannabis use to persistent alcohol problems; finds no association for heavier or lighter use
ARG authors offer a new way to determine per capita alcohol consumption that accounts for changes to alcoholic beverages and people’s drinking preferences over time.
We sat down with Dr.Room to talk about ARG's early beginnings, its contributions, and how it has shaped alcohol research over six decades.
First feasibility study using a national sample finds return rates differed by race/ethnicity and education.
New eSBI reduces alcohol use among women who are risky drinkers.
ARG researchers will be in attendance to present on a range of disparities-related topics.
New funding supports model development aimed at reducing health disparities in immigrant populations.
Robin Room discusses ARG’s history and his role in shaping its development.
Alcohol Measures focuses on increasing participation of racial and ethnic groups in alcohol research.