Karolinska Institute, Sweden
Kjell Fuxe has worked at Karolinska Institute, Sweden since 1960, became Prosektor in 1968 and Professor in 1979. He has been a Professor in the Department of Neuroscience
since 2005. He published over 1589 papers. He is a member of Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences and foreign member of Mexican Academy of Sciences
and was a member of the Nobel Assembly. He is mainly known for his work on central monoamine neurons, volume transmission and its different forms, receptor-receptor
interactions in the CNS and neuropsychopharmacology.
Abstract : Multiple D2 heteroreceptor complexes in the ventral striatum: Relevance for schizophrenia and cocaine use disorder and their treatments