Research


Centers, Units, & Institutes
Addiction Science Research & Education Center
Presented by Faculty at The University of Texas, Addiction Science Research and Education Center as a service to professionals, clinicians, and the public.

Funded by a science education grant from the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism.



The Center for Advancement of Research and Education in Infectious Diseases
This Center is comprised of clinicians and researchers who have a keen interest and dedication to the study of infectious diseases. The goals of the center are to increase our understanding of infectious diseases pharmacotherapy through laboratory-based, translational, and clinical research; to foster clinical and graduate research training; and to enhance knowledge of healthcare providers in the community through continuing education programs.


Center for Molecular and Cellular Toxicology
The CMCT fosters interdisciplinary research collaborations and provides the prerequisite ancillary research infrastructure to support interdisciplinary graduate training programs. Faculty participating in the Center therefore represent a wide variety of scientific disciplines: Pharmacology, Toxicology, Medicinal Chemistry, Pharmaceutics, Neuroscience, Nutrition, Biochemistry, Chemistry, Marine Biology, and Civil and Mechanical Engineering.


The Center for Pharmacoeconomic Studies
This Center is comprised of faculty and researchers who have a keen interest in clinical, humanistic, and economic outcomes research. The purpose of the Center is to conduct pharmacoeconomic research, to assist others in this area, and to provide educational programs on pharmacoeconomics and outcomes research.


Drug Dynamics Institute
The Drug Dynamic Institute is a multi-disciplinary research center where scientists, educators, businesses and regulatory agencies collaborate in finding solutions to a wide range of biomedical, pharmaceutical and public health issues.  The DDI brings together an extensive network of faculty and researchers to cultivate ideas and programs that enhance the discovery, development and commercialization of human disease therapies.


Drug Information Service
The Drug Information Service (DIS), located in the Briscoe Medical Library, was established over 25 years ago as an academic and consultative endeavor of the University of Texas College of Pharmacy and the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (UTHSCSA). The mission of the DIS is to promote optimal patient drug therapy through the provision of accurate, comprehensive, evidence-based drug information to health care providers.


Institute for Neuroscience
The purpose of The Institute is to serve as a campus-wide umbrella organization for research and teaching activities related to the neurosciences.


NIH Biotechnology Training Grant
Provides graduate students with an interdisciplinary education in the area of Molecular Sensors and Nanobiotechnology, a rapidly growing segment of industry and academic and national laboratory research.


Waggoner Center for Alcohol and Addiction Research
The objective is to create the world's premier center for alcohol and addiction research, thereby developing solutions for the prevention and cure of alcoholism.


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AFPE supports UT fellows

Two awards were recently announced by AFPE to support UT fellows.

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Dalby Receives $1 Million Grant

The Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas (CPRIT) has awarded a $1 million grant to Dr. Kevin Dalby, associate professor of medicinal chemistry.

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Erickson Honored

Dr. Carlton Erickson, the associate dean for research and graduate studies, has been selected as a distinguished pharmacy alumnus at Purdue University.

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