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Journal of Addiction Research & Therapy
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Eric A Engleman

Institute of Psychiatric Research, Department of Psychiatry, Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis


Eric A. Engleman is Associate Research Professor of Psychiatry at Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis.He study the neurobiology of alcoholism using alcohol-preferring rodent lines.His current focus is using neurochemical and pharmacological techniques to study (1) the differences in dopamine neurotransmission in specific central nervous system sites and circuits that are associated with the selection for alcohol drinking and (2) the neuroadaptations in these circuits that result from alcohol drinking and subsequent deprivation which may be associated with the initiation or maintenance of alcohol drinking and/or relapse.
Research Interest
Nucleus Accumbens Nicotine Serotonin Dopamine Behavioral Neuroscience Behavioral Pharmacology Neuropsychopharmacology Neurobiology Psychopharmacology Neurobiology and Brain Physiology Rodent Stereotaxic Surgery Microdialysis Neurotransmission