NIDA


Also found in: Medical, Wikipedia.
AcronymDefinition
NIDANational Institute on Drug Abuse
NIDANational Institute of Dramatic Arts (Australia)
NIDANational Internet Development Agency (South Korea)
NIDANorthern Ireland Development Agency (UK)
NIDANorthern Ireland Dairy Association (Belfast, Ireland)
NIDANetwork Integrated Data Architecture
References in periodicals archive ?
Pangilinan, who used to work in the airline industry, has decided to go back to the hospitality business as NIDA Rooms comes to the Philippines.
NIDA does not discourage or obstruct research into the use of cannabinoids.
Can you tell us about NIDA and why scientific research is important to it?
The spokesperson further said that the courses are open for enrolment where each course is signified with an extensive and operable curricula particularly contrived by NIDA experts contemplating the market demand for the trades.
The FDA has to follow statutory time limits in considering applications, but NIDA can stretch out the process endlessly.
When MTF data from the mid-1990s began showing a long-term gradual increase in inhalant use, the Partnership for a Drug-Free America and NIDA mount ed an aggressive media campaign about the dangers of inhalants.
The Network consists of NIDA treatment researchers and community-based service providers, and Livelink offers the services they need to collaborate effectively nationwide as multisite clinical trials are designed and conducted.
NIDA, which began in 1962, also launched the careers of many other Austrlian stars such as Cate Blanchett and Judy Davies.
NIDA has also released an updated Research Report on anabolic steroids as part of the nationwide multimedia initiative.
Much is made of pot being a gateway drug that leads to further experimentation and addiction, but as even the NIDA admits, most casual marijuana smokers don't progress to other drugs or become addicts.
Additional information is available on the NIDA home page at http://www.
Since 1975, NIDA has funded an annual $3 million survey by the University of Michigan's Institute for Social Research of 16,000 high school seniors about drug use.