Drs. Daohong Zhou and Jenny Wilkerson received grant funding from multiple agencies.
Researchers from the University of Florida College of Pharmacy have discovered a safer and more effective anticancer drug to target leukemia, lymphoma, and breast and lung cancers. The journal Nature Medicine published the findings this month. Guangrong Zheng, Ph.D., left, an associate professor of medicinal chemistry, and Daohong Zhou,…
The American Society of Hematology, or ASH, honored four gators from the University of Florida College of Pharmacy — two postdoctoral associates and two graduate students — at its 61st Annual Meeting in Orlando, Dec. 7-10.
Singhal and Joseph successfully defended their dissertations in late October.
Wilkerson speaks about CBD's ability to treat pain without getting users high.
The two have received a five-year, $2.5 million grant from the National Institutes of Health, or NIH, to study selective elimination of senescent cells.
Yalun Tan completed her final dissertation defense on July 24, 2019, “An Interrogation of Brain Oxytocin Signaling: Implications for Dysregulated Social Behavior.” Her committee members included Eric Krause, PhD, Joanna Peris, PhD, Jay McLaughlin, PhD, Charles Frazier, PhD, and Habibeh Khoshbouei, PhD.
Recent reports of babies born with opioid withdrawal symptoms after their mothers used kratom during pregnancy have generated much concern.
Faculty from the department of pharmacodynamics received various awards at the College of Pharmacy faculty retreat in June.
The awards come from various federal institutions, but all 10 have at least one grant from the National Institutes of Health, or NIH.