On the 9th June 2022 New Directions in the Study of Alcohol Group (NDSAG) returns with an in-person conference at London South Bank University.
Confirmed speakers include:
Prof John Cunnigham, Dr Melissa Oldham, Adrian Chiles, Dr James Nicholls, Dr Luke Mitcheson & Dr Mike Kelleher (SLAM), Dr Patsy Irizar & more.
This event includes a book symposium ‘Evaluating the brain disease model of addiction’, with speakers including Prof Nick Heather, Prof Derek Heim, Dr Rebecca Monk, Prof Matt Field, Dr James Morris, Dr Frank Ryan, Dr Ed Day.
Places are just £117.85 but a small number of bursaries are available for Early Career Researchers or those on limited incomes. Contact us for further details.
A pre-conference dinner will be held on Wednesday the 8th June at Paladar. A 3 course set menu is available for just £35 a head (usually £42.50) payable on the day.
Claire Davey is a PhD candidate at Canterbury Christ Church University, UK. Her PhD research explores UK women’s increasing engagement with sobriety or alcohol-free living, and the growth of female-led online sobriety communities. She is also the Managing Editor of 'Points'.