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Enrico Patrono

Enrico Patrono Enrico Patrono, University of Toyama, System Emotional Science Graduate, School of Medicine and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Sugitani 2630, Toyama, Japan.


He was born in Italy and studied Neuropsychology at “Sapienza” University of Rome. He took the PhD in Biochemical Sciences and Neuroscience at University of L'Aquila. He started my studies in the pre-clinical research creating animal models of Eating Disorders and Addiction. During the PhD, he have been fascinated by the hypotheses that a gene-environment interplay could have a key role in Eating Disorders and Drug Addiction. He created a new animal model of compulsive chocolate seeking/taking behavior, and studied the catecholaminergic meso-cortico-limbic system, comparing two inbred strains of mice. During the PhD, he studied abroad in Brazil (Brasilia) to create a Non-Human Primate model of chocolate compulsion. After, he won a European Fellowship and made a research experience in Spain (Seville) where he improved his knowledge on genetics and cellular biology. Now, he is a PostDoc Researcher in Japan (Toyama) in the field of Electrophysiology of Eating Disorders.

Research Interest
Eating Disorders, Drug Addiction, gene-environment interplay, animal models, catecholaminergic meso-cortico-limbic system, learning and memory, motivation.

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