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Aimee McRae-Clark


Dr. Aimee McRae-Clark is a Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences as well as the Department of Neuroscience at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC). In addition, she is an adjunct Professor in the South Carolina College of Pharmacy and is Director of the MUSC Office of Research Integrity. The majority of her research has focused on medication development for cannabis dependence and on the use of human laboratory paradigms to both examine precipitants of relapse as well as to screen medications for potential utility in the treatment of substance use disorders. In addition, Dr. McRae-Clark has a long-standing interest in gender-based research and co-directs the MUSC Specialized Center of Research on Sex and Gender Factors Affecting Women’s Health. She is dedicated to contributing to the training of junior clinical investigators and to increasing the number under-represented minorities and women participating in clinical research. To this end, she was recently awarded a Mid-Career Award in Patient Oriented Research from NIDA. She has served on multiple NIH review committees, including appointment as a standing member of the Risk, Prevention, and Intervention in Addictions review group.

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