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The Services Research Branch supports a national program of health services research to improve the quality of the drug abuse treatment system. National Institutes of Health. Drug Topics. More Drug Topics. About NIDA.

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What We Do: The Services Research Branch supports a national program of health services research to improve the quality of the drug abuse treatment system. Research Interests: Increase the proportion of individuals with substance use disorders who enter evidence-based treatment and receive an optimal course of treatment Develop and test systematic and replicable strategies aimed at optimizing the sustainability and scalability of evidence-based practices, including leveraging technologies to speed implementation.

Identify the effects of changes in the health care system on patient outcomes, including reduced substance use and sustained recovery, as well as the quality of treatment for those with substance use disorders.

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She became the Services Research Branch Chief in Prior to assuming leadership of the branch, Dr. Wiley oversaw a broad portfolio in the Services Research Branch that emphasized substance use treatment in criminal justice and juvenile justice settings, implementation science, technology, methodology, small business grants, and measurement development. In this role, Dr. Wiley provides leadership across NIDA on justice-related issues. Wiley has co-chaired an interagency workgroup focused on justice and addiction issues since Wiley received her Ph. Sarah Q.

Duffy, Ph. Duffy is principally responsible for NIDA's economics, opioid use disorder treatment services research, and treatment quality measurement and management portfolios. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality where she published several articles in the substance abuse treatment, health services research, and economics literatures.

She received her Ph. Lori J. Ducharme, Ph. She oversees a portfolio of research, small business, and training grants that explore ways to increase the adoption and sustained use of evidence-based treatments, enhance the integration of addiction treatment in general medical settings, improve service access and utilization, and build organizational linkages between the criminal justice and public health systems.

Prior to ing NIH, she worked in both academic and contract research settings, studying the evolution of the U. Ducharme received her Ph. Minnjuan Flournoy Floyd, Ph. Minnjuan W. Prior to ing SRB, Dr. Flournoy Floyd was responsible for providing evaluation and measurement expertise for SAMHSA programming and worked alongside contracting officer representatives, government project officers, and contractors to ensure that SAMHSA program evaluations were sound and rigorous, emphasizing efficient data collection strategies and meaningful data utilization.

While in CSAT, Minnjuan liaised with agency staff and advised executive and senior leadership on the direction, status, needs, and implementation of data-related training and technical assistance for Center grants, while informing leadership on issues regarding potentially controversial or challenging matters, or issues with far-reaching implications.

She also provided technical advice and guidance for project needs and problem areas while providing timely performance-directed technical assistance to staff, management, or grantees as an advisor, COR or ACOR on a of projects including the State Targeted Response to the Opioid Crisis Evaluation. Flournoy Floyd has taught a of undergraduate and graduate courses in public health, health services research, behavioral health, health policy and research ethics. Floyd earned an MBA, a Ph. Public Health Service and has been a public health practitioner for over 14 years.

Her portfolio consisted of special initiatives and technical assistance investments that supports HRSA funded health centers with clinical quality practice transformation and service expansion activities such as mental health and substance abuse.

She also conceptualized, launched, and led The Alliance for Innovation on Maternal Health: Improving Maternal Health and Safety which is a national initiative to reduce maternal morbidity and mortality through quality improvement of patient safety in birthing facilities. As a result, this historical program portfolio now include four 4 national outcome and performance measures focused on women and maternal health. Carrie F. Mulford, Ph. Mulford ed the Services Research Branch in where she oversees a range of research projects related to the adoption of evidence-based drug treatment practices, particularly in the justice system.

While at NIJ, she initiated and led research portfolios in elder mistreatment, teen dating violence and hate crime. Over the past two decades, Dr. Mulford has been involved with research on juvenile justice, justice-involved young adults, teen dating violence, elder mistreatment, hate crime, and the victim-offender overlap. She has co-authored numerous scholarly articles, primarily focused on violence and victimization across the lifespan.

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Mulford has expertise in implementation science, evaluation research and longitudinal research des. Shelley Su, Ph. Su has prior training and experience in animal behavioral paradigms used to investigate the complex behavioral and neurobiological features of Substance Use Disorders SUDs.

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She then completed graduate training at the University of California, Santa Barbara where she conducted research on the neurobiology of positive and aversive effects induced by drugs of abuse, the influence of extended access or escalation on cocaine-associated opponent process actions, and sex differences.

During post-doctoral training, she investigated the role of cognitive flexibility in SUDs. She ed NIDA as a program officer in the Division of Neuroscience and Behavior in where she administered a portfolio of grants on marijuana abuse and dependence, the role of negative affective processes in drug abuse, cognitive flexibility, and sex differences in addiction. Inshe transitioned to the Services Research Branch to administer a portfolio on implementation science, mHealth and technological interventions, services for nicotine and cannabis use disorders, and le the translational efforts bridging neuroscience and services research.

Julia Zur, Ph. Prior to her time at KFF, she worked at SAMHSA, where she worked on the federal regulation that increased the buprenorphine patient limit from to and on the Protecting Our Infants Act Report to Congress, which outlined federal efforts aimed at addressing prenatal opioid exposure and neonatal abstinence syndrome and proposed a strategy for continuing to address these issues. She also completed a fellowship at The George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health, where she worked on a range of projects related to understanding how Medicaid expansion and other changes under the Affordable Care Act affected access to health care, including behavioral health services, among vulnerable populations.

Earlier in her career, she worked at the Treatment Research Institute, where she worked on an NIAAA-funded study aimed at improving access to wrap-around services for individuals in substance use disorder treatment. Fitz-Randolph ed the Services Research Branch in as a program officer with a focus on mobile and telehealth interventions as well as data and safety monitoring of clinical trials.

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Her research portfolio focused on work with academic partners and grant-funded opportunities in patient-centric research primarily using qualitative and mixed-methods approaches. Prior to her move into research, Dr. Fitz-Randolph practiced medicine in rural Iowa, focusing on noninvasive pain management and occupational injury. January 4,

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