Basic Research Center on Molecular & Cell Biology of Drug Addiction
University of Minnesota
6-120 Jackson Hall
321 Church Street S.E.
Minneapolis, MN 55455-0217
Phone: (612) 626-4460
Fax: (612) 625-8408
Email: Ramona Schwasinger, Executive Assistant
Contact: Horace Loh, PhD., Director
Research and Education
The mission of the Basic Research Center on Molecular and Cell Biology of Drug Addiction (MCBDA) is to develop treatments for drug addiction by understanding the mechanisms of drugs' actions via basic research.
1) to foster interdisciplinary approaches and collaborations among investigators to address the problems of drug addiction.
2) to serve as an "activity center" to coordinate and to promote all academic and scholarly activities on drug addiction at University of Minnesota.
3) to serve also as a national resource for drug addiction research by providing reagents, probes or genetic altered mice developed by investigators within the Center.
4) to serve as the training center for young scientists interested in the problems drug addiction research.
Programs and Services
Research training and funding opportunities
Resources for drug addiction research
Technical Support Contact