GMU Introductory Neuroethics Course

This course will survey emerging ethical questions raised by recent neuroscientific discoveries on genetic and environmental factors that influence human behavior, decision-making, personality traits, and mental states.

Instructor: Dr. Nadine Kabbani

For information about Spring 2017 course, contact nkabbani@gmu.edu.

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Kabbani Lab research

Director, Dr. Nadine Kabbani

It is through science that we prove, but through intuition that we discover.

-Henri Poincare

Nadine Kabbani

Associate Professor, Molecular Neuroscience Department, Krasnow Institute of Advanced Studies
Director, GMU Program in Neuroethics

Dr. Kabbani's research focuses on the cellular and molecular mechanisms of nicotinic receptor drug actions in the brain and immune system.

Nadine Kabbani – TEDxGMU

rom Saints to Sociopaths: Dopamine and Decisions

Nadine Kabbani, PhD is a group leader at the Krasnow Institute for Advanced Study and an Assistant Professor of Molecular Neuroscience at George Mason University. Dr. Kabbani bridges our everyday lives with her experiences with neuroscience research.

Her research focuses on the cellular and molecular mechanisms of nicotinic acetylcholine receptor signaling in the developing and regenerating nervous system. Her lab explores the role of acetylcholine in synapse formation and maturation during early life stages using high resolution live cell imaging, genetics, and proteomics.

Justin King

PhD Student, GMU
Lab Assistant, Kabbani Lab

My research focuses on identification and characterization of a G protein-binding cluster in α7 nicotinic acetylcholine receptors and the effects of menthol on nicotine pharmacokinetic, pharmacology and dependence in mice.

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