- Michael Fendrich, Ph.D.
- Director of CABHR
Research that Changes Lives
CABHR is led by an interdisciplinary team of academic scientists with broad interest in
and behavioral health. Established in 1991, the center has a history of
intervention, and clinical research with important implications for
addiction treatment and public policy. Our
scientists currently hold $1.5 million in research grants.
In the News
@ UWM, "Cutting through the bull of CABs" with Lisa Berger, assistant
CABHR Hosts College
Drinking Forum Highlights from the May 18, 2009 Workshop
interview with Michael Fendrich
Milwaukee Public Radio, interview with Michael Fendrich and Sarah Belstock
UWM Post Article, "Study
finds alcohol/drug abuse a problem in college", presented by CABHR's
guest speaker Dr. Amelia Arria, Associate Director of the Center for
Substance Abuse at the University of Maryland
Stories to Tell Project
Milwaukee Public Radio, interview with Laura Otto-Salaj and Daana Townsend
Photo Voice Project
Public Radio, interview with Ginny Stoffel
Study finds alcohol/drug abuse a problem in college
Fall 2010 Newsletter Available
This issue examines the needs of student vets.
(Click here for the sources from the "Boots to Books" statistics on the front page of the
and Forthcoming Articles
The latest publications by CABHR scientists.