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Email: mmv@pitt.edu

Michael Vanyukov is Professor, Depts. of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Psychiatry, and Human Genetics at the University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy, School of Medicine, and Graduate School of Public Health, respectively.

He received a MS in Genetics from the M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, USSR, and Ph.D. in Genetics from the USSR Academy of Medical Sciences Institute of Medical Genetics. In the Soviet Union, he conducted research in pharmacogenetics and in the mechanisms of the family transmission of alcoholism risk.

In December 1990, he immigrated in the USA, and in 1991 he joined the University of Pittsburgh and the faculty of the Center for Education and Drug Abuse Research (CEDAR), a NIDA-funded longitudinal family/high-risk study of substance abuse, now complete. Together with other colleagues from CEDAR, in January 2000 he moved from the School of Medicine to the School of Pharmacy, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences.

Genetic studies of substance-use disorders, antisociality, and associated traits.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/sites/myncbi/michael.vanyukov.1/bibliography/40349553/public/?sort=date&direction=ascending

Craving and the Dopamine System in Substance Use Disorder Liability
Glaxo-SmithKline
Michael Vanyukov, PhD

Phenogenetics of Liability to Substance Use Disorders
NIDA
Michael Vanyukov, PhD

Substance Use Disorder Liability: Candidate Gene Systems
NIDA
Michael Vanyukov, PhD

Impact of Child Neglect in Substance Abuse Families
NIDCR
Michael Vanyukov, PhD (Co-PI)

Substance Abuse and the Dopamine System Genes
NIDA
Michael Vanyukov, PhD

Drug Abuse Vulnerability: Mechanisms and Manifestations
NIDA
Michael Vanyukov, PhD (Co-PI)

Parent Alcoholism Among ADHD Youth: A Longitudinal Study
NIAAA
Michael Vanyukov, PhD (consultant)

Quantifying and Tracking Risk for Substance Use Disorder
NIDA
Michael Vanyukov, PhD (consultant)

Alcohol Research Training Grant
NIAAA
Michael Vanyukov, PhD (faculty)

Discovering Genes for Mental Health
NIMH
Michael Vanyukov, PhD (faculty)

Cognitive-Psychosocial Interactions and Alcoholism Risk
NIAAA
Michael Vanyukov, PhD (co-investigator)

https://projectreporter.nih.gov/Reporter_Viewsh.cfm?sl=13E0C1034D88C6D27598B8961CAA4A01A2FFCEB861BF