Department of Pharmacology
Opening the mysteries of drug actions, discovering new therapies, and developing new medicinal products
Cardiovascular regulation, cell signaling, structural and cancer biology, and environmental toxicology are just a few interests of the faculty at the Department of Pharmacology at the University of Vermont.
Students interested in the interaction of chemical substance with biological systems will benefit from direct contact with faculty researchers. Studies in Pharmacology at the College of Medicine serve medical and graduate students, post-doctoral trainees and undergraduates.
The Pharmacology Department has joined the Cellular and Molecular Biology Graduate Program. Graduates interested in pursuing a Ph.D.may apply to the new CMB Program. The Pharmacology Department does offer a research based Masters in Pharmacology. We also offer an undergraduate 15-credit minor, course offerings include Toxicology, Molecular and Cellular Pharmacology, Pharmacological Techniques and Medicinal Chemistry.
- Brain and cerebral vascular studying the blood flow to the brain.
- Cardiovascular Pharmacology and Physiology
- Signal transduction
- Medicinal chemistry/cancer chemotherapy
As the host of the weekly Seminar Series and the annual trustees visit and retreat, the Pharmacology department has an active schedule of seminars and events.
Last modified November 28 2012 05:03 PM