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Along with Stuber, UNC study co-authors from the department of psychiatry are Joshua H. Jennings, Dennis R. Sparta, Alice M. Stamatakis and Randall L. Ung. Other co-authors on this study include Kristen E. Pleil and Thomas L. Kash who are affiliated with the department of pharmacology, and the Bowles Center for Alcohol Studies.
Support for the study comes from the National Institutes of Health, the Whitehall Foundation, and the Foundation of Hope.
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