University of the Sciences USA
Tejani-Butt teaches courses in central nervous system physiology and pharmacology, special topics in Neuropsychopharmacology, endocrine physiology and pharmacology and drug-receptor interactions. She is a member of many national and local organizations, including the Society for Neuroscience, World Women in Neuroscience, and served on NIH expert panel of Grant study section for several years. She has been the recipient of extramural funding from NIH, foundations and pharmaceutical companies for the past 25 years.
Neuropsychopharmacology, alcohol and substance abuse, stress and psychiatric disorders Molecular Mechanisms associated with the regulation of biogenic amines in an animal model of depressive behavior; implication of these biogenic amines in modulating a stress response, reward and addictive behaviors, as well as in the therapeutic action of drugs used to treat psychiatric disorders.