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2021 Research Showcase Poster Directory

activity of Kratom alkaloid and its metaboliteFloor 5, Table 7Tuesday, April 13, 202110:00 - 11:30am ET 97PharmD: Group CMoniqueHookB. Dragoljevic; E. McKenna; A. Nguyen; D

2021 Research Showcase Program

. McCurdy; L. McMahon; T. HiranitaThe primary kratom alkaloid mitragynine as an in vivo adrenergic-alpha2 receptor Tychell BranchcombY. Shen; H. Bhagwandass; S. Galvez; I. Grande

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:00-5:00pm Graduate Student Research: Pain, Addiction, & CNS Disorders28Alexandria SenetraAlkaloidal content differences in kratom in the United States and Southeast AsiaM

Christopher R McCurdy , Ph.D., F.A.A.P.S. 

Professor And The Frank A. Duckworth Eminent Scholar Chair; Director Of The UF Translational Drug Development Core

Christopher R. McCurdy, Ph.D., FAAPS, is a broadly trained medicinal chemist, behavioral pharmacologist and pharmacist whose rese…

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ACS Pharmacology and Translational Science Mitragynine is the most abundant alkaloid in kratom (Mitragyna speciosa

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from Malaysian Mitragyna speciosa (Kratom) and the Role of Oxindoles on Human Opioid Receptors. J. Nat. Prod. 2021, 84, 1034−1043. McCurdy Lab Hongfen Yang, Shivani Kundra

Dr. Chris McCurdy featured in CNN report on kratom

http://www.cnn.com/2017/10/26/health/opioid-crisis-kratom-potential/index.html

McCurdy, Ph.D., a professor of medicinal chemistry, was interviewed by CNN about kratom and its potential to treat pain and opioid withdrawal.