Dr. Ali A. Moghadamnia is a professor of the Department of Pharmacology at Graduate School of Medicine, Babol University of Medical Sciences. He obtained his undergraduate degree in Pharmacy in 1988 from Tabriz University, Iran. His Pharm D thesis was done on the effect of ethanol on the cholinergic neuromuscular junction under supervision of Prof. Ahad Ghandiha. He explored that ethanol can exert an acetylcholine like effect on the nicotinic junctions. He then started his postgraduate study at Tehran University of Medical Sciences in 1989. He completed PhD training in 1994 in the Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology at Tehran Medical University. The topic of his PhD thesis was the role of adenosine receptor agonists on the reward phenomena by the model of conditioned place preference under supervision of Prof. Mohammad R. Zarrindast. In the PhD thesis, he showed that the adenosine agonists can reduce the reward effects of the low doses of caffeine and in that system, there is adenosine system involvement. He worked as a pharmacologist and toxicologist from 1989 at the Department of Pharmacology, Babol Medical University. He then moved to Sheffield University, the UK, in 2001 for spending a sabbatical leave for postdoctoral training under supervision of Prof. G.T. Tucker. He became an associate Professor in Faculty of Medicine, Babol Medical University in 2001, and upgraded at the same place as a professor in 2005. Dr. Moghadamnia is a member of the Iranian Society for Toxicology and Poisoning. He is author of 56 scientific papers and previous Editor of the Journal of Babol Medical University. Dr. Moghadamnia’s research interesting in understand the mechanisms by which alkaloid piperine affect central pathways associated with the pain and learning. He likes to study the effects of medicinal plants with predominant CNS effects.