His research combines Urinary system and Internal medicine. Mark S. Gold combines topics linked to Internal medicine with his work on Urinary system. His Psychiatry study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Abstinence. His study connects Psychiatry and Abstinence. He combines Pathology and Endocrinology in his research. He performs integrative study on Endocrinology and Pathology in his works. Neuroscience is closely attributed to Axoplasmic transport in his study. His Axoplasmic transport study frequently links to related topics such as Neuroscience. Many of his studies on Anatomy involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Sciatic nerve.
In his works, Mark S. Gold conducts interdisciplinary research on Psychiatry and Pharmacology. Borrowing concepts from Psychiatry, Mark S. Gold weaves in ideas under Pharmacology. His Internal medicine study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Prolactin. Prolactin is frequently linked to Internal medicine in his study. His Receptor study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Opiate. His Opiate study often links to related topics such as Receptor. His research on Pathology frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Detoxification (alternative medicine). Detoxification (alternative medicine) and Alternative medicine are two areas of study in which he engages in interdisciplinary research. His Alternative medicine study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Pathology.
Mark S. Gold integrates Addiction with Substance abuse in his research. Mark S. Gold integrates many fields, such as Substance abuse and Addiction, in his works. While working in this field, he studies both Neuroscience and Pharmacology. Borrowing concepts from Neuroscience, Mark S. Gold weaves in ideas under Pharmacology. Mark S. Gold integrates many fields, such as Dopamine and Dopamine transporter, in his works. He integrates Dopamine transporter and Dopamine in his research. In his research, Mark S. Gold undertakes multidisciplinary study on Psychiatry and Intensive care medicine. Mark S. Gold incorporates Intensive care medicine and Psychiatry in his studies. Mark S. Gold connects Genetics with Genetic testing in his study.
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Problematic internet use: proposed classification and diagnostic criteria.
Nathan A. Shapira M.D.;C B S Mary Lessig;Toby D. Goldsmith;Steven T. Szabo.
Depression and Anxiety (2003)
CLONIDINE BLOCKS ACUTE OPIATE-WITHDRAWAL SYMPTOMS
MarkS. Gold;D.Eugene Redmond;HerbertD. Kleber.
The Lancet (1978)
New concepts in cocaine addiction: The dopamine depletion hypothesis
Charles A. Dackis;Mark S. Gold.
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews (1985)
Opiate Withdrawal Using Clonidine: A Safe, Effective, and Rapid Nonopiate Treatment
M S Gold;A C Pottash;D R Sweeney;H D Kleber.
Methamphetamine causes microglial activation in the brains of human abusers.
Yoshimoto Sekine;Yasuomi Ouchi;Genichi Sugihara;Nori Takei.
The Journal of Neuroscience (2008)
Clonidine in opiate withdrawal.
MarkS. Gold;D.E. Redmond;H.D. Kleber.
The Lancet (1978)
Comorbid cigarette and alcohol addiction: epidemiology and treatment.
Norman S. Miller;Mark S. Gold.
Journal of Addictive Diseases (1998)
Hypothyroidism and Depression: Evidence From Complete Thyroid Function Evaluation
Mark S. Gold;A. L. C. Pottash;Irl Extein.
Hormonal and neural mechanisms of food reward, eating behaviour and obesity
Susan Murray;Alastair Tulloch;Mark S. Gold;Nicole M. Avena.
Nature Reviews Endocrinology (2014)
Neurobiology of food addiction.
Daniel M Blumenthal;Mark S Gold.
Current Opinion in Clinical Nutrition and Metabolic Care (2010)
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