Neuropharmacy research explores the use and misuse of medicines and other substances in the context of understanding mechanisms of actions of these substances, impact on cognition and functioning, patient health and social outcomes, treatment interventions and health service delivery with respect to neuroactive agents.
The School of Pharmacy undertakes research in several areas that fall under this theme, including:
- Addictive behaviours
- Pharmacy services for people who misuse alcohol and other drugs
- Smoking cessation interventions
- Mental health
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I graduated with my PhD in Pharmacy after completing my Masters degree in Psychology at the...
I graduated from the University of Auckland with a Bachelor of Pharmacy with First Class Honours...
My main research interests are in understanding how therapies alter brain activity and in...