Alan J Budney, PhD
Professor of Psychiatry
Postdoctoral Fellowship, Substance Abuse and Behavioral Pharmacology, University of Vermont (1990-93)
Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, Rutgers University (1989)
B.S., Psychology with Honors, Pennsylvania State University (1981)
Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth
Center for Technology and Behavioral Health
46 Centerra Pkwy, Suite 315, HB 7255
Lebanon, NH 03766
Substance Abuse, Treatment Development, Marijuana / Cannabis, Substance Use Policy
Principal Investigator, T-32 Science of Co-Occurring Disorders, National Institute on Drug Abuse. (July 2014 through June 2019)
Co-Investigator, Treatment Development and Evaluation Core Director, Technology-based Treatments for Substance Use Disorders. Principal Investigator: Lisa Marsch, Dartmouth College, August 2016 - May 2021
Principal Investigator, Targeting tobacco cessation during treatment for cannabis use disorders, National Institute on Drug Abuse. (June 2012 through May 2018)
Principal Investigator, Behavioral Treatment of Adolescent Marijuana Abuse (R01), National Institute on Drug Abuse (May 2002 through April 2018).
Co-Investigator, Role of Sleep in The Treatment of Cannabis Dependence, National Institute on Drug Abuse. Principal Investigator: Ryan Vandrey, John Hopkins University (June 2012 through Dec 2017)
Co-Investigator, Effect of sex differences and concurrent cannabis use on stress-related psychobiological mechanisms associated with smoking cessation and relapse. Principal Investigator: Mustafa Al'Absi, University of Minnesota (September 2017 -June 2021)
Current Postdoctoral Fellow: Ashley Knapp, Ph.D (University of Kentucky)
Current Graduate Student: Jacob Borodovsky, B.S.
Psychometric assessment of the marijuana adolescent problem inventory.
Mobile contingency management as an adjunctive treatment for co-morbid cannabis use disorder and cigarette smoking.
Legal cannabis laws, home cultivation, and use of edible cannabis products: A growing relationship?
Cannabis Withdrawal: A Review of Neurobiological Mechanisms and Sex Differences.
The potential impact of cannabis legalization on the development of cannabis use disorders.
U.S. cannabis legalization and use of vaping and edible products among youth.
A method to achieve extended cannabis abstinence in cannabis dependent patients with schizophrenia and non-psychiatric controls.
Development of a Self-Report Measure of Reward Sensitivity:A Test in Current and Former Smokers.
Does Tobacco Abstinence Decrease Reward Sensitivity? A Human Laboratory Test.
Abstinence based incentives plus parent training for adolescent alcohol and other substance misuse.