Over the years, the Center, and especially its long-running, 5-yearly National Alcohol Survey series, have generated a large number of NIH-supported projects, directly linked to its data resources, infrastructure and scientific know-how.
The projects listed here are those led by Center and ARG scientists. However, in addition to these there are many others where NAS and other Center-generated datasets have been linked to national or international data with our scientists working collaboratively with researchers at partner universities and other institutes. These subcontracts are not listed here although some are substantial and support our research for years. One example that serves to illustrate this is a recently completed 5-year subcontract from University of North Dakota (R01 AA015775; Sharon Wilsnack, PI; Tom Greenfield Co-I and ARG Sub PI) entitled Gender, Alcohol, and Culture: Secondary Data Analysis. In this project, NAS data formed the US component of a 38-country study and also involved Jason Bond, Madhabika Nayak, Sarah Roberts, Won Kim Cook and others and has led to numerous contributions.
Sexual Orientation Differences: Prevalence & Correlates of Substance Use & Abuse
R01 DA036606 | Karen Trocki, Laurie Drabble
Alcohol Consumption & Mortality in the US 1950-2000
R01 AA014362 | PIs: William C. Kerr, Thomas K. Greenfield
Drinking Patterns & Ethnicity: Impact on Mortality
R01 AA016644 | PI: Thomas K. Greenfield
Improving Alcohol Consumption Self-Report Measurement
R01 AA013309 | PI: Thomas K. Greenfield
Alcohol in Mexican-origin Groups: US and Mexican Surveys
R21 AA13739 | PI: Thomas K. Greenfield & Marjorie Robertson