Krisztian Toth is an Associate Professor of Pharmacy at Campbell University (NC) and an Adjunct Associate Professor at Duke University (NC). He received his MD and his PhD in behavioral neuroscience from University of Pecs (Hungary). His professional experiences include 15 years of research in the field of brain reward circuitry and graduate and post-graduate level teaching in various institutions. Dr. Toth received his postdoctoral training at Penn State University Milton S. Hershey Medical Center and at Duke University Medical Center. His current research focuses on pre-clinical drug development targeting ghrelin receptor to treat addictive behavior.