Department of Molecular Pharmacology


Together with the profound learning that occurs through laboratory research, the Molecular Pharmacology Department hosts a variety of educational experiences that supplement the learning of our students. Our faculty in collaboration with faculty in other department participates in the teaching of two courses, “Molecular Approaches to Drug Action and Design” run by Dr. Matthew Gamble and “Hormone Action and Signal Transduction” run by Dr. Jonathan Backer and Dr. Charles Rubin.     

The department also sponsors the Molecular Pharmacology Seminar Series, where national and international scientists are invited to discuss their cutting-edge discoveries in both a formal seminar format and through informal discussions with students, postdocs, and faculty. Finally, the department also hosts the Molecular Pharmacology Work-In-Progress seminar series where students and postdocs discuss the results of their most current research efforts.

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