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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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April 16, 2014: :

Dr. Hazel Szeto was interviewed by Dean Glimcher about the company she founded, Stealth Peptides. To listen to the interview: click here

March 4, 2014: :

Alissa Brandes (lab of Dr. Yueming Li) received an F31 predoctoral fellowship from The National Institute on Aging. Congratulations, Alissa!

February 27, 2014: :

Drs. Samie Jaffrey and Dilek Colak have uncovered the mechanism for a common form of intellectual disability and autism, and potential drug treatment. Their findings are published in Science. To read the article, click here

January 31, 2014: :

Dr. Mark Lundquist, who received his PhD in Pharmacology last year from our program, Dr. Samie Jaffrey, and their colleagues have identified an important new pathway responsible for the development of cancer and its spread to other parts of the body, a process known as metastasis. The finding provides new opportunities to prevent cancer metastasis and helps to explain how one drug that is already in development works to stop the disease's spread. This work was published in Cell 2014 Jan 30;156(3):563-76.

January 9, 2014: :

The recent Nature Neuroscience paper by Dr. Miklos Toth and colleagues, "Maternal hematopoietic TNF, via milk chemokines, programs hippocampal development and memory" was selected to be highlighted in the Editors' Choice section of Science Signaling, the weekly journal from the publisher of Science magazine. For more, click here.

December 18, 2013: :

Dr. Lonny Levin was featured on NPR in a discussion of the NIH budget. To listen, click Lab Mice Rejoice Over Pending Budget Vote


TUESDAY, April 15, 2014, Room-A 250, 4:00PM


John D. Scott, Ph.D.


Investigator, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Edwin G. Krebs-Hilma Speights Professor for Cell Signaling and Cancer Biology, Department of Pharmacology, University of Washington

"Guiding Signals through Anchored Enzymes Complexes"