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|Morrisett, Richard||School of Biological Sciences; Pharmacology and Toxicology; College of Pharmacy||Dr. Morrisett's primary research interests center upon the role of amino-acid derived neurotransmitter systems and synaptic transmission in alterations that underlie a variety of forms of neural …|
|Mukhopadhyay, Somshuvra||College of Pharmacy|
|Pearlman, Robert||College of Pharmacy||It is estimated that, for every new drug that reaches the market place, more than 8,000 potential drug candidates were synthesized, tested to varying extents, and judged to be unsuitable. Not …|
|Peppas, Nikolaos||Biomedical Engineering; Chemical Engineering; College of Pharmacy||Polymer physics; Polymerization reaction engineering; Diffusion in polymers; Controlled drug delivery; Biomedical engineering; Biomaterials; Molecular modeling of protein structures in contact with …|
|Reed, Kristin||College of Pharmacy|
|Reveles, Kelly||Pharmacotherapy; College of Pharmacy||Dr. Reveles’ long-term research goal is to reduce the incidence and improve the outcomes of healthcare-associated infections by designing, testing, and implementing effective clinical …|
|Richburg, John||School of Biological Sciences; Pharmacology and Toxicology; College of Pharmacy||Dr. Richburg's area of expertise is male reproductive cell biology and toxicology. In general, research is focused on revealing the underlying cellular and molecular mechanisms by which toxicants …|
|Smyth, Hugh||Biomedical Engineering; Pharmaceutics; College of Pharmacy||Controlled Release Pulmonary Drug Delivery We are developing novel microparticle systems to overcome the rapid clearance of drugs and particulates that prevent long-term drug release in the airways. …|
|Whitman, Christian||Medicinal Chemistry; College of Pharmacy||Dr. Whitman's laboratory is interested in how enzymes evolve and how they work. We are studying two groups of enzymes, the tautomerase superfamily and the fumaryl acetoacetate hydrolase (FAH) …|
|Wright, Casey||College of Pharmacy||Dr. Wright's laboratory is focused on unraveling the complex regulatory mechanisms that govern the activity of the pluripotent transcription factor nuclear factor-kB (NF-kB).|