The tissue chips are part of a study examining muscle biology in microgravity.
The article is titled, "Epigenetic signature of N-terminal acetyltransferases: a probable mediator of immune and neuropathogenesis in HIV infection."
The article is titled, "HIV-1 Tat and cocaine impact astrocytic energy reservoirs and epigenetic regulation by influencing the LINC01133-hsa-miR-4726-5p-NDUFA9 axis."
UF CARE Affiliate Member Samantha Rakela joins affiliate podcast host Victor Schneider for our 19th Affiliate installment of the UF CARE Podcast. Samantha is a 3rd year graduate student in the Department of Pharmacodynamics in the lab of Dr. Brandon Warren.
Frazier was promoted to professor, while de Lartigue was approved for tenure and promoted to associate professor
The UF College of Pharmacy secured a record $32.3 million in research funding last year.
The UF Center for Addiction Research and Education presented travel awards to Samantha Rakela and Bo Sortman.
McDougle is a graduate student in the department of pharmacodynamics.
Lisa Wilson completed her Final Dissertation Defense on March 9th, 2022 “Selective Sigma Receptor Antagonists as Novel Treatments for Chronic Pain”.
Jay McLaughlin, Ph.D., a professor in the department of pharmacodynamics speaks with Blossom Analysis to better understand the science of psychedelics, and implementing them in practice.