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researchers to study effects of the medication baclofen on addition

Middlebury, VT - July 2, 2014 - The Foundation for Alcoholism Research, (FAR), announces the award of a pilot program grant Baclofen for Alcohol Dependence (BFAD): A neuroimaging study to research the effects of a potentially ground-breaking anti-craving medication called baclofen. The grant, issued to the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania will perform early steps to help establish the usefulness of baclofen to reduce craving for alcohol.

FAR holds tea party for alcoholism research

November 17, 2011, Addison Independent. MIDDLEBURY – Guests enjoyed a game of cards and a proper English tea at a fund-raiser for the foundation for Alcoholism Research (FAR) at Middlebury Community House on Oct. 25. The proceeds benefit the foundation. Read more…

Cards, lunch benefit held for alcholism research

May 2011, Addison Independent. BRIDPORT/MIDDLEBURY – The Bridport-based nonprofit Foundation for Alcoholism Research Inc., known as FAR, last month held a lunch and card party fund-raiser hosted by the Swift House Inn in Middlebury. Read more…

Expert to entertain with gemstone lore

July 2010, Addison Independent. MIDDLEBURY – The Bridport-based Foundation for Alcoholism Research Inc. (FAR) will hold a fund-raiser at the Community House, 6 Main St., in Middlebury on Friday, July 30, from 7-9 p.m. John Wallace, owner of Autumn Gold Jewelers in Middlebury, will present “The Mystery, History and Fascination of Gemstones.” The evening will continue with verbal appraisals and dessert. Read more…

Addison Independent News Article re Prof Cronise

Sept. 24, 2009, Addison Independent, by Kathryn Flagg. MIDDLEBURY – Ask any given college student about tolerance and alcoholism, and the question might well prompt a story about last weekend’s rager, keg parties and the heated debate about binge drinking on college campuses. Read more…