The Division for Neuropharmacology (NEU) serves members with interests in all aspects of neuropharmacology research from studies in the central nervous system to peripheral autonomic pharmacology. Specific areas include, but are not limited to, neurochemistry, neurotransmission, neurotoxicity of drugs, neural receptor pharmacology, signal transduction in neural tissue, mechanisms of nervous system disorders, treatment of nervous system disorders, the pharmacology of drugs acting on the central nervous system and the peripheral nervous system, alcohol and drug addiction, drugs of abuse, and behavioral neuropharmacology.
- To support our junior investigators via travel awards to Experimental Biology for undergraduate students, graduate students, and post-doctoral fellows, early career investigators awards, and mentoring programs
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August 14, 2018
Parasitic infections can be a nightmare, especially when they interfere with your breathing, eyesight, or digestive tract. But some parasites cause no symptoms in most people with a working immune system.
July 24, 2018
I am writing to you to solicit information about your recent achievements for potential inclusion in the September issue of The Pharmacologist.
July 12, 2018
This symposium highlighted the work of scientists Nir Barzilai, Judith Campisi, and Tony Wyss-Coray who are trying to understand what makes a person live longer and to find targets to delay or prevent aging.
Last Updated: May 8, 2018