Dr. Jay McLaughlin is a professor of pharmacodynamics.
Alleyne is a graduate student in the department of pharmacodynamics.
McLaughlin presented his research on March 21 in St. Louis.
The article was published in the journal Molecules.
The UF College of Pharmacy’s centennial-year edition of Research Showcase put the spotlight on graduate student and trainee research during an action-packed two days in February.
These winners are Teacher of the Year finalists who were judged by the curriculum committee to have exemplary teaching as evidenced by a superior teaching portfolio.
Reeves studies in Dr. Siobhan Malany's lab.
The study was published in the journal Nature and reports how researchers modified fentanyl’s chemical structure to maintain its pain-relieving properties while reducing harmful side effects.
The American Heart Association award is a two-year, $151,000 fellowship.
Amy Alleyne and Yuma Ortiz were recognized with the travel awards.