The awards come from various federal institutions, but all 10 have at least one grant from the National Institutes of Health, or NIH.
Chemical and Engineering News features UF College of Pharmacy researchers' efforts to find an opioid that doesn’t lead to addiction.
The title of the publication was "Oxytocin receptors are expressed by glutamatergic prefrontal cortical neurons that selectively modulate social recognition."
Drs. Lance McMahon and Jenny Wilkerson author a story for The Conversation about the rising popularity and the scientific interest in cannabidiol.
Khan was recognized in the postdoctoral fellow category of the poster competition.
Dr. Malany joins the UF College of Pharmacy department of pharmacodynamics. She was previously the principal investigator and director of translational biology at Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute.
The grant will bolster research on Mitragyna speciosia, or kratom, and its potential to treat opioid misuse and physical dependence.
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A University of Florida College of Pharmacy professor found himself on the big screen in Time Square and national television ringing the NASDAQ opening bell in New York City.
Read about three ways UF Pharmacy is leading opioid research from the latest issue of GATORx.