JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE: Karen Szumlinski and Team's Study of Cocaine Addiction Reveals Targets for Treatment

February 12, 2013

Scientists at UC Santa Barbara are researching cocaine addiction, part of a widespread problem, which, along with other addictions, costs billions of dollars in damage to individuals, families, and society. Laboratory studies at UCSB, led by Karen Szumlinski, a professor in the Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences, have revealed that the diminished brain function and learning impairment that result from cocaine addiction can be treated — and that learning can be restored. READ MORE (UCSB Featured News)

Karen Szumlinski
Karen Szumlinski