Showcasing the work of leading national and international researchers in the alcohol and other drugs sector and related fields.
Established in 1986, the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre (NDARC) at UNSW is Australia's leading research group in the alcohol and other drugs sector. Highly regarded both here and overseas, we generate evidence to address alcohol and other drug use and related harms.
The National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre (NDARC) generates evidence-based, multidisciplinary research that positively impacts strategies to address alcohol and other drug use and related harms.
Our research responds directly to the needs of federal and state governments, policy agencies, community groups, service providers, health professionals and clinicians. View our latest webinar recordings, fact sheets and reports.
Explore our current projects related to alcohol and other drug use and related harms. We undertake a strategic program of work focused around eight key activity areas and in response to emerging drug and alcohol issues in Australia.
Our researchers, students and professional staff are leaders in the alcohol and other drugs sector. Meet our people and discover their areas of expertise.
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