James Juviler joined the Division on Addiction in June 2018 as Research Coordinator. He supports research projects funded by the Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility and DraftKings, Inc.
Mr. Juviler performs literature reviews, supports software testing and development, writes and edits reports and manuscripts, develops articles and graphics for science communication and dissemination through The BASIS, and other research-related tasks. He works on a variety of grant-related activities including: An Evidence-based Approach to Understanding Fantasy Sports Activities and Developing a Computerized Assessment and Referral System (CARS).
Mr. Juviler graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Cognitive and Brain Sciences from Tufts University in 2018.
Select Science Reviews:
Juviler, J. (2018, October 30). Religion and problem substance use in disadvantaged urban mothers. STASH, Vol.14(11).
Juviler, J. (2018, October 2). Decreased pain, increased risk: The role of marijuana in the opioid crisis. STASH, Vol.14(10).
Juviler, J. (2018, September 11). How should we measure money lost from gambling? The WAGER, Vol. 23(9).
Juviler, J. (2018, August 21). More harm than good: Problems with parental supply of alcohol to children. The DRAM, Vol. 14(9).
Juviler, J. (2018, July 17). A new treatment for Gambling Disorder? The answer might shock you. The WAGER, Vol. 23(7).