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Insula to Limbic Circuits Differentially Mediate Binge and High-Intensity Drinking Expression in Alcohol-Preferring Rodent Models

Binge and high-intensity drinking is a dangerous excessive drinking pattern that may lead to alcohol use disorder and other health risks. This project examines brain circuits that may contribute to this risky alcohol use by reducing alcohol reward, which could lead to improved therapies for alcohol use disorder. 

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44836-Hopf, Woody

Woody Hopf, PhD

Professor of Psychiatry

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