SATRN’s initial phase of growth and development has been supported by a generous donation from the Glen J. Swette Jr. Estate. Beyond our community-building activities and initiatives, SATRN offers a variety of research and training resources that are available to practitioners and academics alike, including: 

  • A seed grant program funding cutting-edge preliminary research on substance use disorder monitoring, prevention, treatment, and policy; 

  • Training opportunities for young researchers, "matchmaking" graduate student and postdoctoral trainees with community-based agencies seeking collaborators for research and program evaluation activities; 

  • A new online continuing education program, poised for rapid growth, with modules on cutting-edge basic science relevant to substance use as well as evidence-based best practices and innovative approaches.  

With your support, there's so much we can do to make a difference!  If you are interested in supporting SATRN with a financial donation, please contact Jennifer Marsteen with the ASU Foundation (  If you'd like to learn more about SATRN, please reach out to SATRN Director Michelle "Lani" Shiota (