Keith L. Williams, Ph.D.

Keith Williams was a Research Fellow on the Center's NIAAA funded training grant. Dr. Williams was involved in projects that examined the mu-opioid receptor involvement in alcohol dependence and craving using PET, hypothalamus-pituitary-adrenal axis activity during craving, and the hormonal and therapeutic effects of naltrexone on heavy drinkers enrolled in a moderation management program. Dr. Williams was also involved in non-human primate projects designed to characterize the role of endogenous opioids in alcohol self-administration. Currently, Dr. Williams is an Associate Professor of Psychology at Oakland University.


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