Deanna Sprunk

Program Operations Director
(505) 373-3863

Deanna Sprunk (also known as ds) is the Research Administration Manager at CASAA. In her role, she oversees the Pre and Post award research administration, is a senior manager on CASAA's management team lead by CASAA's Director, provides oversight and manages NIH funded grants at the center and is the financial manager of UNM's Campus Office of Substance and Alcohol Prevention. 

  • Campus Office of Substance and Alcohol Prevention (COSAP) (Randall Starling, COSAP Manager)
  • Leveraging CDC Opioid Overdose Surveillance Funding from the Albuquerque Area Southwest Tribal Epidemiology Center to Create Tribal Data and Culturally Center Medications for Opioid Use Disorder (NIDA R61DA049382, Kamilla L Venner, UNM PI)
  • Culturally Centered MAT for OUD Implementation Facilitation for Primary Care and Addiction Treatment Programs Serving American Indian/Alaska Natives (NIH HEAL Initiative) (CTN-0096, Kamilla L Venner, UNM PI)
  • Examining the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency on Policy, Substance Use Disorder, Treatment and Resilience among American Indian and Alaska Native Communities (CTN-0118, Katherine Hirchak, PI)
  • Development of a Comprehensive and Dynamic AA Process Model: One Day at a Time (NIAAA R01AA027508, J. Scott Tonigan, PI)
  • Justice Community Opioid Innovation Network (JCOIN): TCU Clinical Research Center (NIDA UG1DA050074, Noah Painter-Davis, UNM PI)
  • Alcohol Research Training: Methods and Mechanisms of Change (T32AA018108, Katie Witkiewitz, PI)
  • An Ecologically Valid Application of Self-Determination Theory to Understand Responsible Alcohol Use (F32AA028712, Dylan Richards, PI)
  • Validating Reward and Relief Drinking Phenotypes: A Multimethod Assessment (F31AA029266, Victoria Votaw, PI)
  • Integrative Treatment for Achieving Holistic Recovery from Comorbid Chronic Pain and Opioid Use Disorder (RM1DA055301, mPIs: Witkiewitz/Pearson)