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- Dr. Kenneth Warren National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism
- Dr. Sandra Jacobson Professor, Wayne State University, School of Medicine
- Dr. Claire Coles Director, Fetal Alcohol Center at the Marcus Institute and professor of psychiatry and behavior sciences at Emory University
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