Drs. Sanchez-Roige and Palmer give talk at ASIG/CeFAST meeting

Sandra Sanchez-Roige and Carla Marienfeld (seated; front row, from left). Dr. Palmer is standing in the center.

Dr. Sandra Sanchez-Roige, an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at UC San Diego (also a former Palmer Lab postdoc), gave a talk with Dr. Palmer titled “Prescription Opioid Genetics Study with 23andMe” at the monthly meeting for the Center for Addiction Science and Treatment (CeFAST), previously known as the Addiction Special Interest Group (ASIG)*. 

The hybrid meeting was held on campus on April 12, 2024 and hosted by Dr. Carla Marienfeld, Clinical Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at UC San Diego. (Remote attendance included an additional dozen participants.) This meeting marked a celebrated return to a hybrid format; meetings have been held online-only.

*Update, 4/17/24: Addiction Special Interest Group (ASIG) is in the process of rebranding to the Center for Addiction Science and Treatment (CeFAST).

CeFAST mission: To create synergistic opportunities for transdisciplinary and translational research on addictive disorders and their comorbidities to develop novel therapeutic strategies, innovative clinical care, and state-of-the-art education that are available to all.