At the Cofrin Logan Center, we seek to understand, prevent, and treat addiction and related disorders, promote health and improve quality of life, and reduce stigma. Our center brings together scientists, practitioners, policy makers, and students across diverse disciplines from the KU Lawrence campus, KU Medical Center, and community partners, with the purpose of supporting collaborative research and community-academic partnerships that leverage the expertise of center members and partners.
At the Cofrin Logan Center for Addiction Research and Treatment, we conduct community-based support groups for individuals struggling with addiction. Through community partnerships, we bring art and creativity into therapy settings.
Our spring and fall seminars feature prominent addiction researchers from across the country who present addiction science to broad audiences. We also offer periodic workshops on specialty topics in the field, including data science and research communication.
The Cofrin Logan Center has extensive space in the Dole Human Development Building to support research, including private testing and interview rooms, data analysis workstations, and an alcohol administration laboratory.