Papers & Abstracts


Moses, T.,Burmeister, M., Greenwald, M.K., Heroin delay discounting and impulsivity: Modulation by DRD1 genetic variation. Addiction Biology. June 2020.

Moses, T., & Greenwald, M.K., History of Regular Nonmedical Sedative and/or Alcohol Use Differentiates Substance-Use Patterns and Consequences Among Chronic Heroin Users. Addictive Behaviors. October 2019.

Moses, T. Erasing Trauma: Ethical Considerations to the Individual and Society. AJOB Neuroscience. July 2019.

Moses, T., Lister J.J., & Greenwald M.K., A Comparison of Substance Use Patterns Among Lifetime Heroin-Injecting Individuals By Racial Groups. Addiction Research and Theory. June 2019.

Moses, T., Lundahl L.H., & Greenwald M.K., Factors Associated with Sedative Use and Misuse Among Heroin UsersDrug and Alcohol Dependence. April 2018.

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Woodcock, E. A., Lister J.J., Lundahl L.H., & Greenwald M.K., Developing a Scale of Domains of Negative Consequences of Chronic Heroin Use. Addictive Behaviors. February 2018.

Moses, T. & Illes, J., Ethics, Ethicists, and Professional Organizations in the Neurological Sciences. American Journal of Bioethics Neuroscience. March 2017.

Moses, T., Emerging Technologies: The Ethical Dangers of Fixing What is Not Broken. May 2016. Proceedings of the 2016 IEEE International Symposium on Ethics in Engineering, Science and Technology


Moses, T.E. The Right to Alter Memory: An Individual’s Prerogative to Forget, American Journal of Bioethics Neuroscience. (In Press).

Moses, T., Moreno J., Ramos, R., Chammaa, M., Waineo, E., & Greenwald, M.K., Opioid Overdose Prevention and Response Training Improves Knowledge and Attitudes Toward Opioid Overdose and Naloxone Use in First Year Medical Students, In: Poster Presentation Abstracts (CME and Non‐CME). 2020.

Dass S.E., Moses T.E., Ramos R., Chou J., Greenwald M.K., Waineo E. Gender Differences in Attitudes Towards Substance Use Disorder: Educational Improvements in Addiction Medicine in Detroit, MI, In: Inaugural Women in Medicine Summit: An Evolution of Empowerment in Chicago, Illinois, September 20 and 21, 2019: Event Highlights, Scientific Abstracts, and Dancing with Markers. Jan. 2020. International Journal of Academic Medicine.

Moses, T. Preventing a Lifetime of Trauma: Is it Ever Acceptable to Alter Memories in Children?, American Journal of Bioethics Neuroscience. February 2019.

Moses, T., The Freedom to Become an Addict: Are Addiction Vaccines an Assault on Free Will?, American Journal of Bioethics Neuroscience. July 2016. (Chosen for publication as a top abstract from the International Neuroethics Society Annual Meeting 2015)

Moses, T., Is it Ethical to Hold a Person Culpable for His Actions if he Cannot Recognize Right and Wrong?, Neuroethics. May 2016. (Chosen for publication as a top abstract from the Montreal Neuroethics Conference for Young Researchers 2015).