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Pharmacology

J. Douglas Bricker, Ph.D. Dean
Mylan School of Pharmacy and the Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences

James K. Drennen, Ph.D., Associate Dean for Graduate Programs and Research
Mylan School of Pharmacy and the Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences

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jane-cav Jane E. Cavanaugh, Assistant Professor of Pharmacology; Ph.D. Mechanisms of cell death and survival in the diseased (Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease) and nondiseased (normal aging) brain.
david-johnson David A. Johnson, Associate Professor of Pharmacology-Toxicology; Ph.D. Drugs which enhance the function of neuronal pathways involved with learning and memory, neuro-pathology and the treatment of eating disorders.
rehana-leak Rehana K. Leak, Assistant Professor of Pharmacology; Ph.D. Understanding how cells adapt to low levels of stressors, a capacity that may be reduced in individuals genetically predisposed to neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.
lauren-odonnell Lauren O'Donnell, Assistant Professor of Pharmacology; Ph.D. Viral infections of the central nervous system, Impact of inflammation and infection on the developing brain and Protective strategies against neuroinflammation.
no-image Christopher K. Surratt, Professor of Pharmacology; Ph.D. Structure-function studies on brain receptors that recognize psychostimulant and opiate drugs of abuse.
paul-witt-enderby Paula A. Witt-Enderby, Professor of Pharmacology and Toxicology; Ph.D.  Molecular pharmacology of melatonin receptors and its associated signaling cascades with emphasis on the role melatonin in stem cell differentiation.