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. (2019, September 17). Alcohol-branded content on Facebook: What does clicking “Like” say about drinking behavior? The BASIS: The DRAM, Vol.15(10).
Juviler, J. (2019, August 20). Under the peer influence: Heavy drinking beliefs in college students. The BASIS: The DRAM, Vol.15(9).
Juviler, J. (2019, July 23). Drinking: Small changes make a big difference post-grad. The BASIS: The DRAM, Vol.15(8).
Juviler, J. (2019, July 2). Vape shops: Helpful or harmful? The BASIS: ASHES, Vol.15(7).
Juviler, J. (2019, June 11). Attention at all ages: A recent, rapid increase in opioid treatment among older adults. The BASIS: STASH, Vol.15(6).
Juviler, J., Kleschinsky, J.H., Martin, R. J., Sewell, K., LaPlante, D. (2019, March. Exploring Themes in Fantasy Sports Research From 1988 to 2018. Poster session presented at the Annual Harvard Psychiatry Research Day, Boston, Ma.