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Monitoring the Future study receives $35 million in funding from NIH for next 5 years

PSC Announcement, 2012


The 37-year-old study, Monitoring the Future (MTF), received NIH funding for another 5 years, making it one of the largest and longest running investigator-initiated research studies supported by NIH. Lloyd Johnston says he and colleagues Jerald Bachman, Patrick O'Malley, John Schulenberg, and Megan Patrick hope that MTF will be a "national institution that continues beyond the careers of the current investigators," some of whom were founding investigators in 1975.

U-M news story

MTF web site


Patrick M. O'Malley
John E. Schulenberg

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