Gorazd Drevenšek holds an MSc degree in Pharmacology and a PhD degree in Medical Sciences, both from the University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Medicine. He started his research in cardiovascular pharmacology, modelling ischemic and reperfusion injuries and atherosclerotic processes. His focus is on pharmacological and toxicological evaluation of natural compounds as potential therapeutic agents with cardio- and neuro-protectant potential. His laboratory and research skills comprise methods used with isolated organs, in vivo animal pharmacology and human studies. His present engagement is with psychopharmacology-oriented research. Dr. Drevenšek teaches Psychopharmacology, Psychopharmacology of Mental Disorders and Molecular Basis of Neurodegenerative Diseases, for students of Biopsychology at the University of Primorska in Koper, Slovenia, where he is involved in neuroscience research, coupling psychopharmacology to EEG and autonomic nervous system-based studies. At the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Ljubljana, he is heading the Laboratory for Cardiovascular Pharmacology.