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Andrew J. Treno Prevention Research Center, Berkeley

Andrew J. Treno received his Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of California at Berkeley in 1983. He has been at the Prevention Research Center for over 10 years. His primary area of interest is alcohol problem prevention and evaluation. He has published in the areas of community mobilization, alcohol involvement in injury, and evaluation of environmental approaches to the prevention of alcohol-related problems. He currently serves as Project Director for the Sacramento Neighborhood alcohol Prevention Project (SNAPP). In that capacity he has given numerous community presentations on the project and has successfully obtained CSAP funding in support of project interventions. He has also worked to adapt many of the evaluation instruments from the Community Trials project to the SNAPP project.