The Center for Alcohol and Drug Studies and Services is a project of San Diego State University School of Social Work. Originally named the Center on Substance Abuse, the Center was established in 1987 by Dr. Anita S. Harbert to address alcohol and other drug-related problems at San Diego State University and in the larger community.
The Center specializes in research and evaluation design with an emphasis on socio-behavioral research and applied evaluation. Our multi-disciplinary staff have decades of experience in research and evaluation and are highly committed to scientific excellence.
The Center serves as an umbrella organization for several alcohol and drug related research initiatives, including the California Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment Services.
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Cigarette smoking and subsequent hospitalization in a cohort of young U.S. Navy female recruits
Susan I. Woodruff, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Terry L. Conway, Ph.D., Audrey M. Shillington, Ph.D., John D. Clapp, Ph.D., Hector Lemus, Dr.P.H., & Mark B. Reed, Ph.D.