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Pharmacology student wins research award

Pharmacology student wins research award

Physiology/Pharmacology doctoral candidate Joe Flores-Toro took first place the sixth annual Robert Levitt Institute for learning in retirement (ILR)/UF Aging Research Competition. Flores-Toro, who works in the lab of Pharmacology […]

Roger Papke, Ph.D., published in Journal of Biological Chemistry

  An article co-authored by UF Department of Pharmacology and Therapeutics Professor Roger Papke, Ph.D., was published in the newest edition of the Journal of Biological Chemistry. Papke collaborated on the article, […]

Roger Papke, Ph.D., published in Journal of Addiction Research and Therapy

  An article co-authored by UF Department of Pharmacology and Therapeutics Professor Roger Papke, Ph.D., was published in the newest edition of the Journal of Addiction Research and Therapy. Papke wrote the […]

Review by Brian K. Law, Ph.D., published in Molecular Pharmacology

Department of Pharmacology and Therapeutics Professor Brian K. Law had a review published in the current issue of Molecular Pharmacology. The review highlights the recent successes of Cyclin-Dependent Kinase (CDK) […]

UF pharmacology researchers show that the drug, rapamycin, produces slimming effects in both young and old rats.

UF pharmacology researchers show that the drug, rapamycin, produces slimming effects in both young and old rats.

Drs. Philip Scarpace and Nihal Tumer post recent findings in Journal of Gerontology: http://scienceblog.com/78855/rapamycin-older-rats-lose-weight/#CSo8SjpoEkVRFO4F.97

H. Lee Sweeney, Ph.D. joins the Department of Pharmacology as The Thomas H. Maren, M.D., Eminent Scholar Chair.

H. Lee Sweeney, Ph.D. joins the Department of Pharmacology as The Thomas H. Maren, M.D., Eminent Scholar Chair.

H. Lee Sweeney, Ph.D., a world-renowned researcher on neuromuscular diseases, joins the Department of Pharmacology as The Thomas H. Maren, M.D., Eminent Scholar Chair. In addition to continuing his ground […]

Department Seeks Applicants for New Faculty Positions

Applications are invited for two, newly created, 12-month, tenure-track faculty positions at the Assistant Professor or Associate Professor level.

The Department of Pharmacology and Therapeutics is continuing the expansion of its exceptional programs in neuropharmacology, muscle therapeutics, and immunopharmacology with an emphasis on translational and
regenerative medicine.

For more details on the positions, or to submit an application, view the position listing.

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