My doctorate was focussed upon examining the neural and behavioural impact of recreational drug use, particularly that of the novel stimulant/empathogen 4'-methylmethcathinone (mephedrone).
Broader research aims include an interest in the potential effects of environmental stimulation upon the neural impact of "party" drugs, and a desire to further explore the underlying mechanisms of addictive behaviour.
University of Sydney, PhD in Psychopharmacology
University of Sydney, Bachelor of Science (Hons I)
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