8 min

Chronic developmental manganese exposure alters response to amphetamine and methylphenidate Vanderbilt Kennedy Center

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The Promise of Discovery Season 4, Episode 2

Manganese is essential for brain development and human health. However, excess manganese can be toxic. The Harrison lab discusses how manganese exposures can alter the response to some drugs currently used to treat intellectual and developmental disabilities.


Featuring: Adriana Tienda, Lab Manager, Harrison Lab

Interviewer: Fiona Harrison, Ph.D., assistant professor of Medicine; Director, IDDRC Behavioral Phenotyping Core (Core D); Mouse Behavioral Phenotyping Faculty Coordinator; VKC Member

The Promise of Discovery Season 4, Episode 2

Manganese is essential for brain development and human health. However, excess manganese can be toxic. The Harrison lab discusses how manganese exposures can alter the response to some drugs currently used to treat intellectual and developmental disabilities.


Featuring: Adriana Tienda, Lab Manager, Harrison Lab

Interviewer: Fiona Harrison, Ph.D., assistant professor of Medicine; Director, IDDRC Behavioral Phenotyping Core (Core D); Mouse Behavioral Phenotyping Faculty Coordinator; VKC Member

8 min

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