Meet our new faculty hire, Assistant Professor Dr. Neera Tewari-Singh!
We had a great time at our department picnic on Saturday!
PharmTox's GSO had a wonderful turnout for it's "Art for the Scientist's Soul" silent art auction.
Mid-Michigan Symposium for Undergraduate Research Experiences included 35 students associated with PharmTox.
Michigan State University's Pharmacology & Toxicology was well represented at Experimental Biology 2018! Highlights from the conference.
Inhibition of early T cell cytokine production by arsenic trioxide occurs independently of Nrf2
Kelly R. VanDenBerg, Robert A. Freeborn, Sheng Liu, Rebekah C. Kennedy, Joseph W. Zagorski, Cheryl Rockwell
Congratulations on receiving both the Irvine Page & Alva Bradley Lifetime Achievement Award from the AHA Council at their recent meeting in San Francisco, as well as the 2017 Council on Hypertension Distinguished Achievement Award.
Congratulations to Drs. Fredric Manfredsson, Jamie Bernard, and Richard Neubig for their article featured in MSUToday titled "MSU Gran Fondo Funds Promising Skin Cancer Studies".
Congratulations to Drs. Bill Jackson, Nate Tykocki, and Erica Boerman for their excellent review of ion channels in vascular smooth muscle regulation.
Congratulations to Dr. Luyendyk's lab on the discovery of a new pathway that stimulates liver repair.
Congratualtions to Dr. Susan Barman on her receiving the 2016 Distinguished Service Award from the Association of Chairs of Departments of Physiology.
Congratulations to Dr. Norb Kaminski for his work on the NAS report just released (1/12/17) on Health Effects of Cannabinoids
Congratulations to the Neubig Lab on their development of a compound (and potential new drug) that reduces the spread of melanoma cells by up to 90 percent.
Congratulations to the Watts lab on their publication in Physiological Reports
Congratulations to our Summer 2016 Semester graduates from our online MS programs!
Science Direct: Trends in Pharmacological Sciences: An Interview with Rick Neubig
Immunological Characterization of the Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptor (AHR) Knockout Rat in the presence and absence of 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin (TCDD).
Our graduate student Sophia Kaska, is serving on ASPET's Young Scientist Committee.