Pharmacology

Pharmacology is the study of how drugs affect the body and how the body affects drugs.  Pharmacology is one of the most exciting areas of biomedical research because you can have a real impact on human health while working in the lab. Pharmacology is multidisciplinary, bringing together ideas from chemistry, biochemistry, cell biology and integrative biology to create a comprehensive framework for understanding and treating disease.  Here, at the University of Michigan Department of Pharmacology, we have assembled a diverse group of outstanding scientists who work together to advance the forefronts of new knowledge to develop novel therapeutic approaches for treatment of disease.  There are a number of exciting opportunities for students to work with leaders in the field in one of the top Pharmacology departments in the world.

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October 16, 2018

Congratulations to Amanda Davis (Osawa Lab)!

Amanda Davis (Osawa Lab) recently won the Best Poster Award at the 10th International Conference on the Biology, Chemistry and Therapeutic Applications of Nitric Oxide in Oxford, UK. Award presented by Ferid Murad, co-winner of the 1998 Nobel in Physiology or Medicine on his work on nitric oxide.

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