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Center for Adolescent Reward, Rhythms, and Sleep

The CARRS Center (Center for Adolescent Reward, Rhythms, and Sleep) performs human and animal studies with the goal of understanding the important role of sleep and circadian rhythms in the vulnerability for substance abuse in adolescents. We also provide training and community outreach to educate scientists and the public about the importance of sleep and rhythms.

Study Information:

https://carrs.pitt.edu/