neuropharmacology

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neuropharmacology

[¦nu̇r·ō‚fär·mə′käl·ə·jē]
(medicine)
The science dealing with the action of drugs on the nervous system.
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Medical Research Council Professor of Immunology, John Gordon (left) and Dr Nicholas Barnes, neuropharmacologist at the University of Birmingham
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Timothy Greenamyre, a neuropharmacologist and codirector of the Emory Neurodegenerative Disease Center.
There's lots of new research showing that an overactive habenula has behavioral effects," says neuropharmacologist Martine Mirrione of Brookhaven National Laboratory in Upton, N.
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Dubocovich, a neuropharmacologist at Northwestern University in Evanston.
In the April Molecular Psychiatry, neuropharmacologist Richard Deth of Northeastern University in Boston and his colleagues described a biochemical pathway that they say is an avenue by which thimerosal and other compounds could cause neurodevelopmental disorders such as autism.
Wong, president of DT Wong Consulting, LLC, of Indianapolis, is an internationally acknowledged biochemist and neuropharmacologist.