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The Brain Center Rudolf Magnus

Neuropharmacology and brain disorders

The Brain Center Rudolf Magnus performs pre-clinical and clinical research in the field of neuroscience.

One of research missions is to discover and delineate mechanisms and processes which are fundamental to the development of neural systems and to the control of behavior. The goal is to unravel the pathogenesis and thereby provide newer treatment modalities for various neurological and psychiatric diseases. The institution also teaches basic neuroscience and pharmacology at bachelor and master levels.

 

The idea is to program an invited speaker and to make a selection from the list of abstracts submitted. This session will be organized in collaboration with The Dutch Pharmacological Society, NVF

and focus on the current developments in understanding the pathogenesis and the pharmacological treatment modalities for various neurological and psychiatric diseases.

 

Dr. Antoinette Maassen van den Brink is associate professor at the division of Pharmacology, dept. of Internal Medicine, at the Erasmus MC in Rotterdam. Her research focuses on the neurovascular aspects of migraine, with a special interest for the influence of female sex hormones on the pathophysiology of migraine. She is chairing this session on behalf of the Dutch Pharmacological Society, where she is a board member.

 

Dr. Rahul Pandit is junior lecturer in pharmacology and pharmacotherapy and currently training to be a clinical pharmacologist. His predominant focus is pharmacology education for medical students. He is affiliated to the Department of Translational Neuroscience, UMC Utrecht.

The Brain Center Rudolf Magnus performs pre-clinical and clinical research in the field of neuroscience.

One of research missions is to discover and delineate mechanisms and processes which are fundamental to the development of neural systems and to the control of behavior. The goal is to unravel the pathogenesis and thereby provide newer treatment modalities for various neurological and psychiatric diseases. The institution also teaches basic neuroscience and pharmacology at bachelor and master levels.

The idea is to program an invited speaker and to make a selection from the list of abstracts submitted. This session will be organized in collaboration with The Dutch Pharmacological Society, NVF

and focus on the current developments in understanding the pathogenesis and the pharmacological treatment modalities for various neurological and psychiatric diseases.

Dr. Antoinette Maassen van den Brink is associate professor at the division of Pharmacology, dept. of Internal Medicine, at the Erasmus MC in Rotterdam. Her research focuses on the neurovascular aspects of migraine, with a special interest for the influence of female sex hormones on the pathophysiology of migraine. She is chairing this session on behalf of the Dutch Pharmacological Society, where she is a board member.

Dr. Rahul Pandit is junior lecturer in pharmacology and pharmacotherapy and currently training to be a clinical pharmacologist. His predominant focus is pharmacology education for medical students. He is affiliated to the Department of Translational Neuroscience, UMC Utrecht.

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