Margaret Gnegy

Office Room:
2220E
Office Building:
MSRB III
Faculty
Admission Year:
2015
Department: 
Subdivision:
Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience
Biography/Resume: 

PhD, West Virginia University

Research interests include: the role of PKC in amphetamine-mediated DAT efflux, amphetamine-mediated DAT trafficking, the interactions between nicotine and amphetamine in the brain, and the neurobiological adaptations that occur in the brain following repeated amphetamine.