University of Saskatchewan - College of Medicine

Neuropsychiatry

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School:University of Saskatchewan - College of Medicine
Faculty:College of Medicine
Degree:Master
Field of Study:Child Psychiatry
Neuroscience
Psychiatry
Description:The Department of Psychiatry undertakes a multidisciplinary approach in the neurosciences and neuropsychiatry. An active post-graduate program has existed since 1969 and 29 students have graduated with a graduate degree.
URL:Neuropsychiatry at University of Saskatchewan - College of Medicine
Areas of Research:Study of the mechanisms of and potential treatments for neurodegenerative disorders such as Parkinson's and Alzheimer's Diseases, and acute neurological conditions such as stroke and ischemia; search for neurotrophic factors involved in neuronal protection, survival and rescue; molecular biological studies on neurotrophic factors, enzymes and receptors; gene regulation of monoamine synthesizing and catabolizing enzymes; investigations on biological markers and of the correlations between mood or behavior and the levels of neurochemicals in body fluids; clinical studies on the effects of psychiatric drugs on neurotransmitters and metabolites; studies of signal transduction mechanisms of a variety of CNS transmitters and modulators; mapping of the distribution of biogenic amines using selective lesions, drugs and ligand binding; studies of the enzymes involved in synthesis and catabolism of neuroactive compounds.
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Modified on August 21, 2012