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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One of those versions was the drug that Zadina tested on rats in the study reported this past winter in Neuropharmacology.
Lebson completed her PhD in neuropharmacology at the University of South Florida, Tampa.
These later exposures also affected females, the researchers report online in Neuropharmacology.
Likewise, today neuropharmacology, how drugs affect cellular function in the nervous system, is often discussed as the next "killer-app," in future warfare with designer drugs that do everything from speeding training to building super-soldier bodies.
He got his Masters in nuclear and neuropharmacology from the University of Florida in the USA.
These studies were recently published online in Neuropharmacology, and the paper is scheduled to appear in a future print edition of the journal, Acorda said.
Genethics examines the science of and ethical issues emerging from biotechnologies including reproductive and therapeutic cloning, gene therapy/enhancement, neuropharmacology, age retardation, nanobiology, synthetic biology, human genomics, using stem cells in regenerative medicine, embryo screening, assited reproduction, and synthetic biology.
Nick Barnes, Professor of neuropharmacology at the University of Birmingham, says the Home Secretary was right to ban the drug, known to users as Meow Meow, but says very little is known of its genetic make-up.
Table 3 shows that more than 50% of the publications were represented by 3 of the 15 journals of psychopharmacology: Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior, Psychopharmacology and Neuropharmacology.
Besides running her Good Neighbor pharmacy, Swidan is chief executive officer of NeuroPharmacology Consultants, executive vice president of SahaRx Diagnostics and a clinical associate professor of pharmacy at the University of Michigan's College of Pharmacy.
Because the scope of the book is wide, including neuropathology, a helpful overview of neuropharmacology and a wide range of treatment options, this is a good text for the undergraduate, feedback from undergraduate physiotherapy students have helped to confirm this view.
Conversely, psychiatrists who are currently focused on neuropharmacology will need to learn more about neurocircuitry and neurostimulation, areas where neurosurgeons and others have much to teach.