Human Behavioral Pharmacology Laboratory
University of Chicago — Dept. of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neuroscience
Under the direction of professor Harriet de Wit, the Human Behavioral Pharmacology Laboratory (HBPL) investigates the determinants and the consequences of drug and alcohol use by measuring physiological, behavioral and subjective effects of acute doses of psychoactive drugs in human volunteers.
We are part of a network of laboratories at the University of Chicago that offers training to individuals interested in the neuropharmacology of drug abuse. Research training opportunities range from molecular biology and receptor pharmacology, to behavioral research with laboratory animals and clinical studies with human volunteers.
More information on research training (for high school students, undergraduates, graduate students, and post-docs)
We are also looking for healthy people to participate in research studies. Different studies have different requirements and amount of compensation.