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  • Gary Wand Lab

    Research conducted in the Gary Wand Lab focuses on neuropsychoendocrinology; the neurobiology of substance abuse; physiogenetics and regulation of the stress response; and the relationship between stress and chemical dependency. Current studies seek to better understand the genetic determinants of the stress response and how excessive stress hormone production contributes to neurobiological disorders, including addiction.

    Research Areas: neurobiology, substance abuse, stress, hormones, physiogenetics, neuropsychoendocrinology, alcoholism

    Principal Investigator

    Gary Wand, M.D.

    Department

    Medicine

  • Medication Development for Drug Use Disorders

    Our lab evaluates new medications and/or techniques for the treatment of drug use disorder by conducting human laboratory studies to sensitively assess drug effects, and randomized controlled trial evaluations of medications for clinical treatment outcomes. We also focus on the development of outcome measures that are sensitive and clinically relevant.

    Research Areas: opioids, smoking cessation, alcohol, alcohol use, alcoholism

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