Anthony Santucci

Anthony Santucci, Ph.D.

Professor, Psychology

Brownson Hall, Room 233B (teaches T, W, F)
Wednesday 11:45AM-1:15PM; Friday 4:15-5:45PM
anthony.santucci@mville.edu
(914) 323-5359

About Me

Dr. Santucci received his B.A. in psychology from Iona College in 1981 and his M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in experimental psychology from Kent State University in 1984 and 1987, respectively. In 1986 he accepted a postdoctoral fellowship in psychopharmacology at the Bronx VA Medical Center. In 1988 he was appointed adjunct professor of psychiatry at Ichan School of Medicine at Mt. Sinai, an affiliate of the Bronx VA Hospital, a position he holds to this day. Dr. Santucci was appointed assistant professor of psychology at Manhattanville in 1990 and presently holds the rank of professor. Dr. Santucci's expertise lies in the general area of behavioral neuroscience with specific interests in psychopharmacology, learning and memory, drugs of abuse, recovery from brain damage, sport concussions, and emotions. Dr. Santucci maintains an active research lab and frequently mentors students on research projects, many of which result in joint faculty-student journal publications and professional conference presentations. At Manhattanville, Dr. Santucci teaches, or has taught, Physiological Bases of Behavior, Drug Use and Abuse, Psychopharmacology, Research Methods in Psychology, Statistics for the Social Sciences, Learning and Memory, Fundamentals of Psychology, and seminars on the neurobiology of drug abuse and the biological bases of mental illness.

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Education
Experimental Psychology-Biopsychology, Ph.D., Kent State University
Experimental Psychology-Biopsychology, Master of Arts, Kent State University
Psychology, Bachelor of Arts, cum laude, Iona College
Feature Publications

Research Paper

Co-author
"Therapeutics of Alzheimer's disease for clinical and pre-clinical issues."

In K. Iqbal, H.M. Wisniewski, & B. Winblad (Eds.), Alzheimer's disease and related disorders (pp. 1111-1120). New York: Alan R. Liss, Inc., 1989

Research Paper December 11, 2014

"Implications of multiple transmitter system lesions for cholinomimetic therapy in Alzheimer's disease."

In S.M. Aquilonius & P.-G. Gillberg (Eds.), Progress in brain research, vol. 84 (pp. 333-346). Amsterdam: Elsevier Science Publishers, 1990.

Awards & Grants

2012      Elected into Sutton’s Who’s Who in Academia

2007      Elected into Marquis Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers

2002      Elected Fellow of the Faculty for Undergraduate Neuroscience

1995      Elected into Marquis Who's Who in American Education

1994      Elected into Marquis Who's Who in Science and Engineering

1993      Alumni Distinguished Faculty Award, Manhattanville College