Professor Publishes Review Paper on Efficacy of Antidepressant
Dr. Phillip Zoladz, assistant professor of psychology, has published a manuscript entitled “Beneficial Effects of Tianeptine on Hippocampus-Dependent Long-Term Memory and Stress-Induced Alterations of Brain Structure and Function” in the journal Pharmaceuticals.
The publication reviews literature regarding the ability of tianeptine, a well-described antidepressant, to enhance long-term memory and to block stress-induced alterations of neuronal morphology and synaptic plasticity. Co-authors on the paper include Carmen Muñoz from Servier International in France and Dr. David Diamond, Professor of Psychology at the University of South Florida.
Zoladz, P.R., Muñoz, C., & Diamond, D.M. (2010). Beneficial effects of tianeptine on hippocampus-dependent long-term memory and stress-induced alterations of brain structure and function. Pharmaceuticals, 3, 3143-3166.