Alcohol Research Group
ARG researchers collaborate with BrightOutcome to create a multilingual database.
Use data from the 2015 National Alcohol Survey to compare how much you drink with the rest of the nation.
Results show access to off-site outlets in Baltimore was associated with a 4.4% increase in violent crime
ARG's training program provides support and training to both pre- and postdoctoral fellows engaged in alcohol- and drug-related research.
International study finds government restrictions on drinking curbs injuries despite alcohol use rates and patterns
New study suggests even “supportive” policies lead women to delay or avoid prenatal care.
A new retrospective assessment of marijuana use in Washington State found only a 1.2 percentage point increase after recreational marijuana was legalized.
Off-site outlets and taverns were associated with more homicides, aggravated assaults, and robberies than on-site...
28-country study finds stricter policies results in lower rates of alcohol-related injuries.
ARG researchers will be in attendance to present on a range of disparities-related topics.
Our two-year program trains future scientists in the epidemiology of alcohol and other drug use.
Alcohol Measures focuses on increasing participation of racial and ethnic groups in alcohol research.
The new book focuses on bridging the gap between research, information, and knowledge to find...