Davis, John M., M.D.
Gilman Professor of Psychiatry
jdavis@psych.uic.edu


Translational research to apply basic pharmacological probes to human disease, particularly reelin and GAD67 in schizophrenia (e.g., biogenic amines or acetylcholine in affective illness, dopamine in schizophrenia, or rapid tolerance to cocaine).
grants:
Medical student mentoring Stanley Scholars Program (Theodore & Vada Stanley Foundation, active)
Allosteric modulators of GABA action in the etiology of psychosis (Stanley Foundation Research Award, active)
Is fluoxetine’s antidysphoric effect mediated by neurosteroids? (Eli Lilly Company, active)
Is fluoxetine’s antipanic effect mediated by neurosteroids? (Eli Lilly Company, active)
Role of reelin and GAD67 in psychosis (Theodore & Vada Stanley Foundation, active)

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