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Gregory Davis, M.D. 

Ivestigation of sudden death • Opioid-related death • Drug abuse 

The goal is to train and add 63 psychiatric mental health nurse practitioners and social workers to Alabama’s workforce over the course of three years.

Karen Cropsey, Psy.D. 

Opioid crisis • Substance abuse treatment 

William Curry, M.D.

Internal medicine • Rural health • Primary care • Rural vs. urban health disparities • Socioeconomic health disparities

UAB investigators hope the Emergency Department medication assisted treatment program will help curtail opioid use disorder.

While friends or family members may feel helpless if someone they know suffers from addiction, one UAB physician says hope can start at home.

Published in Addiction, a new paper lays out some of the factors that lead policymakers to look for easy answers to complex problems related to opioid addiction.

Mark Bailey, D.O., Ph.D.

Pain management — treatment and solutions

Cayce Paddock, M.D.

Adult psychiatry • Addiction psychiatry • Opioid epidemic

Peter Waite, DDS, M.D.

Oral Surgery • Impacted teeth • Dental implants • Orthognathic surgery • Craniofacial cleft lip/palate surgery • Facial reconstruction • Cosmetic surgery • Obstructive sleep apnea • Facial cosmetic surgery

UAB's program prepares health care professionals to provide the complicated care that those dealing with drug addiction require.

James Galbraith, M.D.

Emergency medicine • HIV testing and prevention • Hepatitis C testing and prevention • Opioid abuse • Needle sharing programs • HIV post-exposure prophylaxis for victims of sexual assault

Stefan Kertesz, M.D.

Addiction • Opioids and drug policy • Access to quality medical care for homeless, underserved populations