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Department of Psychology
University of Sheffield
1 Vicar Lane, Sheffield, S1 2LT
Tel: +44 (0)114 2226565
I investigate the neural mechanisms of action of pharmacological interventions for ADHD. Specifically, I am interested in how these drugs manipulate serotonin transmission in order to alter the signal-to-noise ratio in subcortical attention systems. I have previously explored the mechanisms of current front line ADHD pharmaceuticals, and in the future hope to identify potential candidate drugs that mimic this mechanism, whilst providing a safer profile of side effects.
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