Carlos Bolaños, PhD, is an Associate Professor of Psychology & Neuroscience at Florida State University. His research focuses on studying how exposure to antidepressants, stimulants, and other psychotropic drugs, as well as physical and emotional stress, leads to neurobiological adaptations of brain pathways involved in regulating reward, mood, and motivation in developmentally immature and adult animal models. In these videos, Dr. Bolaños discusses his work and the neuroscience involved in stress with mice.
Section 1Dr. Bolaños Discusses His Work
Section 2Stress, Avoidance and Genes in Mice
Section 3Translating Work into Clinical Applications
Section 4Coolest Thing Going on in Psychiatry & Neuroscience