Carpenter, who also directs the Maryland Psychiatric Research Center and is professor of psychiatry and psychopharmacology at the University of Maryland, Baltimore.
What does MPRC stand for?
MPRC stands for Maryland Psychiatric Research Center (University of Maryland)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
William Carpenter from the Maryland Psychiatric Research Center, USA, gave today an outlook on a paradigm shift in schizophrenia research, which will have major influence on diagnosis and therapy.
Brian Kirkpatrick of the Maryland Psychiatric Research Center in Baltimore and his colleagues unveiled the suggestive correlation after pooling findings from nine studies conducted in England, France, Ireland, Scotland, Spain, and the United States.
William Carpenter, director of the Maryland Psychiatric Research Center, Baltimore, and a colleague of Dr.
Stabilisation of dopaminergic transmission in CNS diseases holds great promise for treatment efficacy with low side effects", says Carol Tamminga, Professor at Maryland Psychiatric Research Center, University of Maryland.
Carpenter Jr of the Maryland Psychiatric Research Center in Baltimore in the journal issue.
a psychiatrist and schizophrenia investigator at the Maryland Psychiatric Research Center in Baltimore.