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Journal of Community Medicine & Health Education
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David Crabb

Department of Medicine, Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA


David Crabb have been involved in alcoholism and liver research since the early 1980’s.  This has included the study of effects of ethanol on intermediary metabolism in the liver and adipocytes, using cultured cells, and in vivo animal and human models.  In addition, he has been closely involved in studies on the genetics of alcoholism, the epidemiology of alcohol use disorders, and human and animal studies of responses to alcohol, through my role as Director of the Indiana Alcohol Research Center. The Center has been funded for three decades.

Exploring Medical Residents’ Likelihood to Perform Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) Behaviours 30 days after a Face-to-Face SBIRT Training

Introduction: Even though anti-retroviral treatments for HIV/AIDS can slow down the course of the disease, there is no known cure or vaccine. Preventing the infection is the key aim in controlling the AIDS pandemic. A health education intervention was conducted among pre medical students in Misurata to improve their knowledge about HIV/ AIDS and th... Read More»

Jon Agley, Ruth A Gassman, David Crabb, Dean Babcock, Joseph Bartholomew, Lisa Sessions, Cynthia Wilson and Julie Vannerson

Case Report: J Community Med Health Edu 2012. 2:188

DOI: 10.4172/2161-0711.1000188

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