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Azorlosa Joins CSR

Dr. Julian Azorlosa has joined the Center for Scientific Review as the scientific review administrator of the behavior and biobehavioral processes-1 study section, which provides initial scientific review of clinical and preclinical research grant applications pertaining to psychopharmacology and basic behavioral processes. Azorlosa comes to CSR from Southeastern Louisiana University, where he was associate professor of psychology from 1996 through 1999. He received Faculty Development Awards for his work on conditioned morphine tolerance and withdrawal. He has published extensively in this area in peer-reviewed journals, and has made numerous scientific presentations at meetings.

Kozak Takes SRA Post at CSR

Dr. Michael Kozak recently joined the Center for Scientific Review as scientific review administrator of study section 5 of the behavior and biobehavioral processes integrated review group. The section reviews applications in the areas of adult psychopathology, aging and treatment development. For the past 17 years, Kozak has combined clinical practice with his interest in research. He was a clinical psychology intern at Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke's Hospital in Chicago, and since 1994, had been clinical director for the Center for the Treatment and Study of Anxiety, Medical College of Pennsylvania. Kozak has been co-investigator and project coordinator for several grants, including grants from NIMH.

NIDCR Council Welcomes Three

NIDCR recently welcomed three new members to its National Advisory Dental Research Council. They are (from l) Dr. Samuel Dworkin, professor in the department of oral medicine, School of Dentistry, University of Washington, Seattle, and professor, department of psychiatry and behavioral sciences in UW's School of Medicine, whose research focuses on orofacial pain; Kim Uhrich, a social worker who is a clinical instructor in the division of plastic and reconstructive surgery, School of Medicine, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; and Dr. Joan Reede, associate dean of faculty development and diversity, assistant professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School, and assistant professor of maternal and child health at Harvard's School of Public Health, who has published extensively on diversity in medicine.

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