Founded in 1988, the Mid-Atlantic Research and Training Institute for Community and Behavioral Health (MARTI) is one of the first 40-plus centers and institutes at Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP). For decades, MARTI has been a powerhouse organized around a consortium
of academic and professional experts in the field of alcohol abuse treatment, domestic violence intervention, and related mental health issues.
Since 2012, the institute’s new director, associate director, and research associates have expanded the institute’s early focus to include new initiatives—among them, alcohol and drug research, veterans’ reintegration, family and mental health issues, training conferences
for health professionals and educators, and community outreach.
MARTI’s many contributions to both scientific and service communities is recognized by government and private funders as evidenced by the continuing and increasing levels of grants and contracts awarded. More important, the institute’s long and consistent track record in the community continues, and its credibility and high
regard among various constituencies remains resilient.
Victor Garcia Reviews Grant Applications for the National Institutes of Health
Lauber Presents Talk on Addiction Stigma at Elderton Towne Hall
Lauber Presents on Teenage Drug and Alcohol Use at Teacher In-Service
Lauber Meets with Governor Wolf On Opioid Crisis Research and Awareness
Garcia Joins Interdisciplinary Research Training Institute at USC
Researchers and Faculty Members Featured in Article on Opioid Crisis
Lauber Receives Funding for Research on Overdose Deaths in Western Pennsylvania
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