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Martin W. Adler, PhD, MS

Director (Emeritus) and Senior Advisor, Center for Substance Abuse Research
Laura H. Carnell Professor, Pharmacology
Executive Officer, College on Problems of Drug Dependence

Martin Adler
Contact Information

Contact Information

Phone

215-707-3242

Email

baldeagl@temple.edu
About Me

Research Interests

Dr. Adler's laboratory has shown that the endogenous opioid system (receptors and ligands) is involved in a number of physiological and pathological processes including analgesia, thermoregulation, and brain excitability. These opioid systems produce their biological effects as part of a cascade of events that involve a number of neuropeptides and neurotransmitters. More recently, the interactions of opioids, cytokines and chemokines in the brain have been studied with regard to pain, thermoregulation and immunoregulation. The interactions of opioids with other abused drugs, especially cannabinoids, is a major focus of the laboratory.

Education, Training & Credentials

Educational Background

  • PhD, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York
  • MS, Columbia University, New York
  • BS, Brooklyn College of Pharmacy, New York
  • BA, New York University, New York
Publications

PubMed Publications

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