Eliot Gardner received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the International Drug Abuse Research Society at its most recent meeting in Casablanca, Morocco. The award was presented to Dr. Gardner by the Prime Minister of Morocco, Saadeddine Othmani. Dr. Gardner was honored for his lifetime of groundbreaking research in the field of Neuropsychopharmacology at The NIDA IRP, The Albert Einstein College of Medicine and the United States Air Force. Congratulations Dr. Gardner!
The International Drug Abuse Research Society (IDARS) is an international scientific organization that promotes and fosters the research and collaboration of scientists around the world in the area of substances of abuse and addiction. Their focus is to foster research in molecular, cellular and systems biology and includes neuropharmacological, neurobehavioral, neurochemical and neuroanatomical themes.
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