Margaret E. Gnegy, Ph.D.

Associate Chair, Education
Professor

Office: A220D MSRB III

Office: 734-763-5358

Areas of Interest

Mechanism of action of psychostimulants and neuroadaptations resulting in brain in response to repeated psychostimulants.  Psychostimulants investigated in the laboratory are: amphetamine, methamphetamine and nicotine.

Honors & Awards

  • President-elect of ASPET, 2020
  • Fellow of the AAAS, 2018

Credentials

Education

Ph.D., Biochemistry, West Virginia University, 1975

Post-Doctoral Training

National Institutes of Mental Health, 1975-1977

Published Articles or Reviews

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