Jones Lab - Measuring monoamine neurotransmitters in several different animal models of drug and alcohol abuse that lead to addiction.
A list of Dr. Jones's publications is available on Google Scholar.
Educational Program Involvement
Integrative Physiology and Pharmacology PhD
Program Research Interest: Drug and Alcohol Abuse, Cardiovascular Physiology and Hypertension, Regenerative Medicine, Neuro- and Behavioral Pharmacology, Cancer Therapeutics Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism Lifespan Physiology.
Graduate Programs in Neuroscience
Program Research Interest: Addiction and Substance Abuse, Behavioral and Systems Neurobiology, Development and Plasticity, Molecular Neurobiology, Neurological Disease and Aging, Neuropharmacology, Sensory Neurobiology
Research Training Grants
Drug Abuse Training Grant - The goal of this program is to provide training in the basic neurobiology of drug abuse and it is constructed to take full advantage of the broad, multi- disciplinary funded research in drug abuse at Wake Forest School of Medicine.
Alcohol Training Grant - Acute and long-term effects of alcohol contributing to alcohol use disorder and relapse, monoamine neurochemistry and fast-scan cyclic voltammetry.