The Department of Pharmacology has a long and illustrious history in the study of Neuroscience and Neuropharmacology, with ongoing research examining the biology of receptors, transporters, and ions channels, cellular signaling, synaptic plasticity, sensory mechanisms in pain and hearing, the neurobiology of addiction, and mechanisms of nerve injury, protection, and repair. Because to the worldwide trend in population ageing and the consequent rise in patients with neuropsychiatric diseases, the field of neuropharmacology research has been gradually expanding. To improve clinical outcomes and strengthen the discipline of neuropharmacology, a study area that bridges basic and clinical sciences, it is hoped that the discovery of novel pharmaceutically relevant compounds or new clinical applications will continue in the future

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