Neuro Pharmacology

Session 12: NeuroPharmacology

Neuropharmacology is the study of the effects of drug at the Nervous system, with the aim of developing compounds that provide therapeutic benefit in people with psychiatric and neurological disease. Therefore, this discipline requires an in-depth knowledge of how nervous system functions as well as the way in which each drug acts upon neural circuits and alters cellular behaviour, and subsequently the organism’s behaviour. With modern insights into the molecular basis of action of many drugs, and the availability of current research methods, work is ongoing to understand how the brain works at molecular and cell levels. This includes drug delivery to the brain and understanding the role of genetic variation in drug effects between individual patients to achieve personalized treatment of nervous system illness.

. Future Aspects of Neuropharmacology

. Clinical Neuropharmacology

. Neurochemical Interactions

. Neurogensis and Repair

. Behavioral Neuropharmacology

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