Affilation: School of Medicine of Buenos Aires University, Argentina
Journal Associated: Insights on the Depression and Anxiety
Prof. Salomon Z. Langer was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. In 1960 he graduated from the School of Medicine of Buenos Aires University, summa cum laude, obtaining the “Gold Medal Award” awarded to the best student of his class. Starting in 1963, with a Rockefeller Foundation Fellowship he joined the Department of Pharmacology at Harvard University until the end of 1966, first as research associate and in 1965-1965 appointed Instructor by the University. His research was on the mechanisms involving denervation supersensitivity (Ullrich Trendelenburg). He spent two years (1967-1969) in Cambridge, England, (Leslie Iversen) and at the Institute of Animal Physiology (Marthe Vogt) where he worked on norepinephrine (NE) uptake and the regulation of NE release elicited by nerve stimulation as well as the metabolic fate of the released neurotransmitter.
Major Depression; Alzheimer’s disease.
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