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Drug Science, Policy and Law

Drug Science, Policy and Law

Published in Association with Independent Scientific Committee on Drugs

eISSN: 20503245 | ISSN: 20503245 | Current volume: 9 | Current issue: 1 Frequency: Yearly

Drug Science, Policy and Law aims to be the definitive source of evidence-based information and comment for academics, scientists, policymakers, frontline workers and the general public on drugs and related issues.

Drug Science, Policy and Law is the official journal of the Independent Scientific Committee on Drugs. This journal is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).

A peer-reviewed journal of science, policy and law relating to drugs, Drug Science, Policy and Law is international in scope and grounded in a rigorous evidence base making it essential reading for all those in the field and related disciplines.

In particular, the following topics are covered:

Those relating to drug science, both from hard science – addiction science, chemistry, psychopharmacology, psychiatry, psychology, forensic toxicology, behavioural neuroscience – and from social science and other related fields – criminology, law, policy.

Editor
David J. Nutt Imperial College London, UK
Managing Editor
Pallab Seth British Association for Psychopharmacology, UK
Assistant Editor
Anne Katrin Schlag Imperial College London, UK
Editorial Board Member
Valerie Curran University College London, UK
Michael Farrell University of New South Wales, Australia
Rudi Fortson Queen Mary University of London, UK
João Goulão SICAD, Portugal
Mohamad Hussain Bin Habil University of Malaya, Malaysia
Wayne Hall University of Queensland, Australia
Martin Jelsma Transnational Institute, Netherlands
Evgeny Krupitsky Bekhterev St. Petersburg Research Psychoneurological Institute, Russia
Fiona Measham Durham University, UK
Charles O'Brien University of Pennsylvania, USA
Rajat Ray All India Institute of Medical Sciences, India
Douglas Sellman University of Otago, New Zealand
Rachel Tyndale University of Toronto, Canada
Wim van den Brink Academic Medical Center, Netherlands
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