Events & Ideas
Durgin C, Huhn A, Bergeria C, Finan P, Campbell C, Antoine D, Dunn K. Only a percentage of people exposed to opioids develop problematic use. Individual opioid sensitivity may explain different opioid risk profiles, but to date has only been evaluated in persons with opioid use disorder (OUD). This study examined how opioid sensitivity manifests… Read More
June 19-23, 2023 | Denver, CO Jack Henningfield and Ryan Lanier will be attending. VIEW CONFERENCE
Moline ML, Cheng JY, Durgin C, Pype S, Buchhalter A, Henningfield J To identify differences and similarities in real-world abuse potential between dual orexin receptor antagonists (DORAs) and other drugs used as hypnotics, either Schedule IV (CIV) or unscheduled. DORAs, the newest hypnotic class, were placed in CIV based largely on human abuse potential (HAP)… Read More
June 17-21, 2023 | Denver, CO Judy Ashworth, Jack Henningfield, August Buchhalter, Ryan Lanier and Caitlyn Durgin will be attending. VIEW CONFERENCE WEBSITE Posters: Within-Subject Variations in Opioid Sensitivity Across Patient-reported Outcomes, Observer-Ratings, Physiological Endpoints, and Analgesic Responses A Novel 3 mg Naloxone Nasal Spray for the Over-the-Counter Market Abuse Potential Similarities Between Hypnotic Classes:… Read More
Ashworth J, Davis VG, Mannion R, Hufford M To be presented at the 85th CPDD Annual Scientific Meeting, Poster Session 2, June 19, 2023.
Lanier R, Schindler E, Kelmendi B, Bogenschutz M, Durgin C, Ashworth J Psilocybin and other psychedelics are currently being investigated for their potential to treat or assist in the treatment of a range of neurological and psychiatric conditions, including substance use disorders. These conditions have overlapping, but distinct pathophysiologies and treatment modalities. How, then, is… Read More
Moline ML, Cheng JY, Durgin C, Pype S, Buchhalter A, Henningfield J The two major hypnotic classes with distinct mechanisms of action, GABAergic drugs (benzodiazepines [BZs] and nonbenzodiazepines [i.e. zolpidem]) and dual orexin receptor antagonists (DORAs), are Schedule IV (CIV) drugs, but have notable differences in human abuse profiles. BZs are associated with drug tolerance/dependence,… Read More