Editor - Kevin S. Murnane | Mercer University | 17899
ISSN: 2167-065X

Clinical Pharmacology & Biopharmaceutics
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Kevin S. Murnane

Kevin S. Murnane
Kevin S. Murnane
Assistant Professor
Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Mercer University College of Pharmacy
Mercer University


Dr. Kevin Murnane's research group is focused on the etiology, consequences, and treatment of disorders of the central nervous system. His research lab has the most well developed interests in the study of drug addiction and Alzheimer's disease. To develop new treatments for these disorders, the Murnane group uses techniques such as behavioral pharmacology, operant conditioning, neuroimaging, in vivo microdialysis, computational chemistry, analytical chemistry, drug formulation, physiology, electroencephalography, and immunohistochemistry. Dr. Murnane collaborates with other scientists within the Mercer College of Pharmacy to drive these studies, including scientists within the Center for Drug Delivery Research and the Center for Drug Design. The Murnane lab also works closely with scientists at Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta, Mercer University School of Medicine in Macon, the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in Little Rock, the Research Triangle Institute in North Carolina and the Riken Brain Science Institute in Japan.

Research Interest

His research interests include etiology, consequences, and treatment of disorders of the central nervous system, both psychiatric and neurological disorders, behavioral pharmacology, neuropharmacology, neurotoxicology, neurochemistry, substance abuse, cognition, depression, anxiety, learning and memory, and sleep.



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