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neuropharmacologist

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  • n. A person involved in neuropharmacology.

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Examples

  • Jaak Panksepp, the neuropharmacologist, has demonstrated the opioid reward for belonging -- and the consequent pain of exclusion.

    Margaret Heffernan: The Wilful Blindness of Rupert Murdoch

  • I had also quit smoking after hearing the diagnosis and started on a psychotropic medication after having brain scans by a renowned neuropharmacologist, Dr. Hamlin Emory.

    Unbearable Lightness

  • Griffiths, a neuropharmacologist, is the lead investigator in the first major study of drugs and spirituality since the 1970s.

    NPR - The God Chemical: Brain Chemistry And Mysticism

  • Columbia University psychiatrist Richard Brown warns of that hazard in "Stop Depression Now," a new book coauthored with Baylor University neuropharmacologist Teodoro Bottiglieri.

    What Is Same

  • Rosenbaum's UCLA colleague, neuropharmacologist Edythe London, was less lucky.

    Targeting Researchers

  • This natural hallucinogen is illegal in the United States, but University of Miami neuropharmacologist Deborah Mash has spent five years studying it at the Healing Visions Institute for Addiction Recovery in St. Kitts.

    New Ways To Stay Clean

  • Danni called in a neurologist, a neuropharmacologist.

    The Pull of the Moon

  • John Hughes, a neuropharmacologist with particular expertise in the biochemistry and pharmacology of neurotransmitters, was recruited by Professor Kosterlitz and joined him in

    Media Newswire

  • Caley, a neuropharmacologist, will offer background on the basic pharmacology and usage of medications used to treat ADHD, disorder characterized by inattention, hyperactivity or impulsivity.

    The University of Alabama

  • A neuropharmacologist by training, she is former head of science policy and scientific affairs at the European division of Pfizer Inc.

    SciDev.Net

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