Meaning of neurochemist in English:



See neurochemistry

‘The research team, headed by neurochemist Dr Peter Nunn, will examine whether aspartame could be linked to primary brain tumours as Olney and others have been suggesting.’
  • ‘How is it reasonable to describe a neurochemist or behavioural psychologist's work as any more mechanistic than that?’
  • ‘That's because the play is about a neurochemist named Roland Welby who is doing research on a fictional drug called Zeropinealphrine which, it seems, could radically accelerate human evolution.’
  • ‘Students preparing for exams might benefit from taking creatine in much the way that some competitive athletes do, an Australian neurochemist suggests.’
  • ‘That is not going to help me explain why Prozac makes people less depressed or morphine gives people a dreamlike state and as a neurochemist you can see where I'm coming from.’