Alcohol Research Group
Amy Mericle discusses the largest and most diverse study of recovery housing to date and how it fills a critical research gap in the treatment landscape.
To highlight the incredible contribution this NIAAA-funded program has provided to researchers, we contacted alumni to learn more about their experience and how the program helped launch their careers.
Longest running alcohol survey adds new web-panel, questions, and measures to look at our drinking and how it impacts our lives over time.
Since the National Alcohol Survey (NAS) first launched in the 1960s, ARG researchers have sought to increase its impact by developing a more robust and relevant tool.
Find out how your or your client's drinking compares with the rest of the nation with our new norms' tool.
Findings showed high-levels of drinking increase the risk of developing hypertension for both sexes.
New follow-up study finds liquor prices continue to increase after privatization but they vary by brand, container size and type of store.
Read the first study to see if state parity affected the MHPAEA's impact on treatment access
IMI produced fewer drinking days and fewer heavy drinking days among women with alcohol problems with consumption levels sustained after the program ended.
New ARG study finds one in five adults experience harm because of someone else’s drinking each year.
Alcohol taxes and implementing policies that reduce availability effect subgroups differently.
People who consume high-levels of alcohol may be at an increased risk of developing high...
In this video, Amy Mericle discusses the importance of collecting data on recovery residences.
This new study is focused on understanding barriers that contribute to Latino- White disparities in alcohol...
Former fellows talk about the ARG/UCB training program and how it shaped their research careers.
Alcohol Measures focuses on increasing participation of racial and ethnic groups in alcohol research.