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Faculty in this group include Dr. James Rowlett, Professor, Drs. Donna Platt, Xiu Liu, Junming Wang, Eric Vallender, Associate Professors, Drs. Kevin Freeman, Jose-Javier Miguel-Hidalgo, Assistant Professors, Drs. Sally Huskinson and Daniella Rüedi-Bettschen, Instructors. These faculty study the neurobiological and behavioral mechanisms underlying drug abuse and dependence of drugs such as nicotine, alcohol, sedative-anxiolytics and stimulants as well as developing abuse-deterrent technologies and examining the links between obesity/eating disorders and drug abuse.
Faculty in this group include Dr. Craig Stockmeier, Professor and Division Director, Dr. Ian A. Paul, Professor and Assistant Division Director, Dr. Grazyna Rajkowska, Professor, Dr. Jose Javier Miguel-Hidalgo, Assistant Professor and, Dr. Mohadetheh (Roya) Moulana, Assistant Professor. These faculty study the neurobiology, neuroanatomy, and genomics underlying mood disorders and schizophrenia as well and the biological mechanisms of therapeutic interventions for these disorders.
Faculty in this group include Drs. Ian A. Paul, Professor and Assistant Division Director, Drs. Howard Roffwarg and Grazyna Rajkowska, Professors, Drs. Donna Platt, James Shaffery and Junming Wang, Associate Professors and, Dr. Daniella Rüedi-Bettschen, Instructor. These faculty study the factors such as exposure to drugs of abuse, psychotherapeutic drug exposure in utero and during lactation or, rapid eye movement (REM) sleep alter the trajectory of brain and behavioral development. This group also follows the brain as it ages normally and in neurodegenerative disorders such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease.
Faculty in this group include Drs. James Rowlett, Professor, Craig Stockmeier, Professor and Division Director, Drs. Donna Platt and Eric Vallender, Associate Professors. This group focuses on the genetic factors at play in psychiatric disorders: risk factors associated with disease, gene expression changes associated with disease, or genetic factors associated with treatment response (pharmacogenetics). They use genetic and genomic tools to understand how the brain functions and how dysfunction leads to disease.
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