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Bruce E Blough

Department of Psychology Interdisciplinary Graduate Program in Neuroscience Arizona State University USA


Bruce Blough, Ph.D., conducts synthetic medicinal chemistry research at RTI. The current focus of his laboratory is novel and atypical biogenic amine releasers, including hybrid releasers/uptake inhibitors and partial releasers. The laboratory is also researching natural products, particularly compounds that modulate microbial growth and signaling.Dr. Blough joined RTI in 1990. Over the years, he has worked on teams that have progressed products to IND-ready and phase 1 clinical trials, such as tropanes and methamphetamine haptens.
Research Interest
Dopamine transporter inhibitors Selective serotonin transporter inhibitors Selective norepinephrine transporter inhibitors Subtype selective nicotinic receptor antagonists Nicotinic receptor allosteric modulators Cannabinoid allosteric modulators Small molecule GPR88 agonists