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  1. Nick Drewanz Shanthan Garlapati Tracy Teeter PsychopharmaceuticalsGroup 1

  2. Patent Analysis • Assess research & development status of psychopharmaceuticals • Influence of people, countries, and companies relating to psychopharmaceutical R & D • Growth of psychopharmaceutical sub-fields • Identify interesting historical trends GOALS & OBJECTIVES

  3. Definition • a drug having an effect on the mental state of the user • Five Major Categories • Antipsychotics • Antidepressants • Mood Stabilizers • Stimulants • Hypnotics (Anxielytics) • Why Psychopharmaceuticals? • Recent advances in detecting neural activity Introduction

  4. Psychiatric medicine that is widely used to treat cases of depression, bipolar disorder, or chronic pain • Examples • Zoloft • Lexapro • Cymbalta • Paxil antidepressants

  5. In Greek language means “taking hold of one’s nerves” • Used to treat conditions such as schitzophrenia, mania, and delusional disorder • Two classifications • Typical-Thorazine • Atypical-Navane Antipsychotics

  6. Drugs intended to induce sleep • Used to treat insomnia, and in surgical anesthesia • Examples • Opioids • Antihistamines • Chloral Hydrate hypnotics

  7. Psychiatric medicine used to treat intense mood swings/personality disorders • “Feeling good one minute, and bad the next” • Examples: • Lithium Carbonate • Depakene • Depakote • Lamictal Mood stabalizers

  8. Drugs intended to temporarily increase awareness and alertness • Increase activity of the sympathetic nervous system • Examples • Caffeine • Ephedrine • Aderall • Cocaine stimulants

  9. EXTRACTION KEYWORDS • Antidepressants • Antipsychotics • Anxielytics • Mood Stabilizers • Stimulants

  10. USPTO http://ai.eller.arizona.edu/hchen/chencourse/USPTO.ppt PATENT Source

  11. Global assignees-top 25

  12. top assignees

  13. Top 15 assignees without us

  14. Top 20 assignees without us

  15. Patents By Country

  16. Top 10 Countries

  17. Patents by state

  18. Top 10 States

  19. Top 50 assignees-antidepressants

  20. Top 10 assignees-antidepressants

  21. Top 50 assignees-antipsychotics

  22. Top 10 assignees-antipsychotics

  23. Top 50 assignees-hypnotics

  24. Top 10 assignees-hypnotics

  25. Top 50 assignees-mood stabalizers

  26. Top 10 assignees-mood stabalizers

  27. Top 50 assignees-stimulants

  28. Top 10 assignees-stimulants

  29. Assignee Yearly Analysis

  30. Antidepressants yearly analysis by country

  31. Hypnotics yearly analysis by country

  32. Stabilizers yearly analysis by country

  33. Stimulants yearly analysis by country

  34. Knowledge Maps

  35. Citatation Network (Top 10 country's)

  36. Citatation Network (country’s citing us)

  37. Citatation Network (Without US)

  38. Citatation Network (US city’s)

  39. Citatation Network (Top 30 Assignees)

  40. Citatation Network (Top 30 non_us_Assignees)

  41. Antideppresent_country Antidepressants_city Citation table-antidepressants

  42. Citatation Network (Antideprssents)

  43. Anti psychotics_country Anti psychotics_city Citation table-antipsychotics

  44. Citatation Network (Antiphsycotics)

  45. Citatation Network (Antipsychotics)

  46. Citation table-hypnotics

  47. Citatation Network (Hypnotics)

  48. Citatation Network (Hypnotics)

  49. Citatation Network (stabilizers)

  50. Citatation Network (stabilizers)