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Carolina Haass-koffler

Assistant Professor
BEHAVIORAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCE
Brown University
United States of America

Biography

Dr. Carolina Haass-Koffler is affiliated to BEHAVIORAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCE, Brown University , where Dr. Carolina Haass-Koffler is currently working as Assistant Professor . Dr. Carolina Haass-Koffler has numerous publications within the specialty and published in reputed national and international peer-reviewed journals. Dr. Carolina Haass-Koffler is actively associated with different national and international societies and academies. Dr. Carolina Haass-Koffler gain recognition among the honourable subject experts with the contributions made. Dr. Carolina Haass-Koffler is been appreciated by several reputed awards and funding support. Dr. Carolina Haass-Koffler major research interest is in studies related to Transitional research (neuroscience-human laboratory studies) examining biobehavioral mechanisms of addiction, focus on: stress (HPA/extrahypothalamic), neuroendocrine pathways (brain-gut axis, ghrelin, leptin, insulin) and ethanol pharmacokinetics/pharmacodynamics modeling.

Research Interest

Studies related to Transitional research (neuroscience-human laboratory studies) examining biobehavioral mechanisms of addiction, focus on: stress (HPA/extrahypothalamic), neuroendocrine pathways (brain-gut axis, ghrelin, leptin, insulin) and ethanol pharmacokinetics/pharmacodynamics modeling .

Publications

  • Haass-Koffler CL, Goodyear K, Long VM, Tran HH, Loche A, Cacciaglia R, Swift RM, Leggio L. A Phase I randomized clinical trial testing the safety, tolerability and preliminary pharmacokinetics of the mGluR5 negative allosteric modulator GET 73 following single and repeated doses in healthy volunteers. European Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences. 2017 Nov 15;109:78-85.

  • Haass-Koffler CL, Akhlaghi F, Swift RM, Leggio L. Altering ethanol pharmacokinetics to treat alcohol use disorder: Can you teach an old dog new tricks?. Journal of Psychopharmacology. 2017 Jan 1:0269881116684338.

  • Aoun EG, Jimenez VA, Vendruscolo LF, Walter NA, Barbier E, Ferrulli A, Haass-Koffler CL, Darakjian P, Lee MR, Addolorato G, Heilig M. A relationship between the aldosterone–mineralocorticoid receptor pathway and alcohol drinking: preliminary translational findings across rats, monkeys and humans. Molecular Psychiatry. 2017 May 2.

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