The Center for Adolescent Rewards, Rhythms, and Sleep (CARRS) brings together experts in translational sleep and addiction research to create a program focused on determining the circadian and sleep mechanisms influencing adolescent substance use vulnerability. 

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CARRS Center Established

In August 2020, Pitt Psychiatry was awarded a $14.8M National Institute on Drug Abuse Center grant focused on the role of Sleep and Circadian Rhythms in Substance Abuse.

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