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The research activities of the Cornell Pharmacology Program faculty cover broad areas of modern pharmacological sciences. Faculty carry out research in cancer pharmacology, neuropharmacology, cardiovascular pharmacology, drug metabolism, toxicology, proteomics, molecular pharmacology, receptors and signal transduction, and drug design.

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October 2, 2014:

Dr. Anthony Sauve spoke at the New York Weill Cornell Council on "From A to Zinc: What you and your family don't know about vitamins and supplements." The other speaker was Dr. Orli Etingin, Medical Director, Iris Cantor Women's Health Center, Weill Cornell. Here is a picture of Dr. Sauve with some of the attendees who had questions after the talks.

September 30, 2014:

Dr. Dilek Colak, a postdoctoral associate in professor Dr. Samie Jaffrey’s laboratory, was selected as a finalist in life sciences for the Blavatnik Regional Awards for Young Scientists from the New York Academy of Sciences. Congratulations, Dilek!! To read more: click here

September 19, 2014:

Dr. John Blenis and his lab members were the guests of honor at a wine and cheese reception in the Pharmacology Dept. to welcome them to NYC!! For pictures of the event: click here

September 18, 2014:

The Annual Weill Cornell Postdoctoral Research Day was held on September 18, 2014. The Keynote Speaker was Dr. Shahin Rafii, and his talk was followed by a talk by Dr. Michael Foley,Director of the Tri-Institutional Therapeutics Discovery Institute. The organizers included Dr. Alison Urvalek and Dr. Kwame Osei-Sarfo, postdoctoral fellows in the lab of Dr. Lorraine Gudas. A poster session and industry networking reception followed. For pictures of the event: click here

November 4, 2014:

Gary Landreth, Ph.D., The Riuko and Archie G. Professor of Neurosciences, Alzheimer Research Laboratory, Department of Neurosciences
Room: A-950
Host: Dr. Lorraine J. Gudas
“Nuclear Receptors as Therapeutic Targets in Alzheimer's Disease”

November 18, 2014:

Lucio Castilla Ph.D., Associate Professor University of Massachusetts Medical School, Department of Molecular Medicine
Room: A-950
Host: Dr. Ari Melnick
“To Be Announced”

December 2, 2014:

Samuel Waxman, M.D., DeDistinguished Service Professor, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Founder and CEO, Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation
Room: A-950
Host: Dr. Marcus Reidenberg
“To Be Announced”

December 16, 2014:

J. Fraser Glickman, M.S.P.H., Ph.D, Director, High –Throughput Screening Resource Center at The Rockefeller University
Room: A-950
Host: Dr. Lonny Levin
“To Be Announced”

January 6, 2015:

Todd Evans, Ph.D., Peter I Pressman MD Professor in Surgery Vice Chair for Research, Chief Division of Research, Department of Surgery Weill Cornell Medical College
Room: A-950
Host: Dr. Lorraine J. Gudas
“Regulation of Cell Fate Specification During Embryogenesis: You GATA stop WNT”

January 20, 2015:

Dr. Lonny Levin, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Pharmacology, Weill Cornell Medical College
Room: A-950
Host: Dr. Jochen Buck
“CO2/HCO3/pHi sensing via cAMP”

February 3, 2015:

Willam Lee Kraus, Ph.D, Professor, Cecil H and Ida Green Distinguished Chair in Reproductive Biology Sciences, Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology, Pharmacology. UT South Western Medical Center
Room: A-950
Host: Dr. Lorraine J. Gudas
“To Be Announced”