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  • noun A researcher or other professional in the field of neurochemistry


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neuro- +‎ chemist


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  • In 1928 she found a position at the German Research Institute for Psychiatry (Deutsche Forschungsanstalt für Psychiatrie in the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute) in Munich, where the American neurochemist Irvine H. Page (1901 – 1991), a guest scholar at the institute, created a new research group to study the influence of chemical substances on the brain.

    Lydia Pasternak. 2009

  • Baroness Susan Greenfield, a prominent British neurochemist, put forward a scientific explanation of love.

    What's Love Got To Do With It? 2007

  • I am neurochemist-turned-attorney who just expected a little more by way of factual support for Carter's bias or lies a Clinton-esque lie for example.

    "Being a former President does not give one a unique privilege to invent information..." Ann Althouse 2006

  • "There is real cause for concern," says neurochemist Annette Kirshner at the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences at Research Triangle Park in North Carolina.

    The Hidden Toll of Traffic Jams Robert Lee Hotz 2011

  • She was younger than me and dumb in that dumb little sister way, which means that she’ll probably grow up to be a neurochemist and invent the cure for spongiform encephalopathy.

    Zombies vs. Unicorns Justine Larbalestier 2010

  • I'm not a neurochemist or a molecular biologist, or for that matter a physicist, and I don't have the resources -- "

    Asimov's Science Fiction 2004


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