Thomas McLellan
Thomas McLellan
Deputy Director White House Office of National Drug Control Policy
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  • About Thomas

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    On August 10, 2009, A. Thomas McLellan, Ph.D. was sworn in as the Deputy Director of the Office of National Drug Control Policy. As Deputy Director, Dr. McLellan serves as the primary advisor to the Director on a broad range of drug control issues and assists in the formulation and implementation of the President’s National Drug Control Strategy.

    Dr. McLellan brings 35 years of addiction treatment research to the position, most recently at the Treatment Research Institute, a non-profit organization that he co-founded in 1992 to transform the way science is used to understand substance abuse. Dr. McLellan’s contributions to the advancement of substance abuse research and the application of these findings to treatment systems and public policy have changed the landscape of addiction science and improved the lives of countless Americans and their families.

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