The Research Program on Gambling is the research component of the Maryland Center of Excellence on Problem Gambling (COE). The primary goal of the COE is to minimize the risks and problems associated with problem gambling in the State of Maryland. The Research Program conducts a number of different studies and projects to uphold the goals of the COE through developing a greater understanding of gambling behaviors, impacts of gambling on the population, and identification of evidence-based approaches to mitigate harmful impacts of gambling.
If you are a researcher or academic entity, you will find valuable information on our projects, publications, research affiliate program, and strategic collaboration opportunities through the left menu options.
If you are a community member interested in participating in a current gambling study, you can find logistics and information under the “Study Recruitment Opportunities” section on the left.