Month: October 2010

CHIP PI’s New Book Guides Drug Use Researchers

A new book co-authored by Merrill Singer, CHIP principal investigator and professor of anthropology, reveals for the first time the history and challenges of ethnographic research on drug use.

Singer, a medical anthropologist, and his co-author, J. Bryan Page, a faculty member at the University of Miami, felt there was a need to document the history of drug use research in their field, both for their peers and to train new researchers.

The result was Comprehending Drug Use: Ethnographic Research at the Social Margins (Rutgers University Press).

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Details for CHIP Annual Research Funding Competitions Now Online

CHIP’s annual research funding competitions provide CHIP affiliated students and new and experienced investigators alike funding opportunities to conduct the pilot research needed for the successful pursuit of large external grants. CHIP also offers an annual conference support grant.

Click here for details about all of the competitions, including deadlines for submitting letters of intent and applications.