The University of Dayton Research Institute has won a $10,000 Ohio Opioid Technology Challenge award for a program that will teach people with opioid addictions how to reduce their cravings by regaining control of their brains.
UDRI software engineer Kelly Cashion, who wrote the winning proposal and will lead the program, will develop and use a system of neurofeedback therapy designed to help people "recover control of their minds and bodies and accelerate the path to recovery," Cashion said.
University of Dayton, "Battling Addiction" (2018). News Releases. 11058.