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College of Pharmacy Research

The College of Pharmacy research enterprise is characterized by a wide diversity in activities. It comprises all research areas relevant for drug discovery, preclinical and clinical development through drug utilization, outcome research and clinical research targeted at refinement of applied pharmacotherapy. Specific areas of expertise are focused in the areas of pediatrics, infectious diseases, cancer chemotherapy, and cardiovascular and metabolic diseases.

Thus, the College harbors the comprehensive expertise to address research questions throughout the life cycle of a drug, from its early stages as a potential drug candidate up to its clinical use in patient subpopulations.

The College’s breadth of research activities is matched by a diverse and balanced portfolio of external funding sources including federal and state agencies, foundations and commercial entities.

 

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UTHSC’s pancreatic cancer research efforts are led by Dr. Subhash Chauhan (left). He is pictured with Alan Kosten of the Kosten Foundation.

UTHSC and The Kosten Foundation to Host Purple Night October 6

Written by Amber Carter | September 21, 2018

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kosten foundation awards $300,000 grant

Kosten Foundation Awards $300,000 Grant to UTHSC Pancreatic Cancer Research Team

Written by Communications and Marketing | August 20, 2018

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UTHSC College of Pharmacy Achieves Top 20 Rank in Research Funding from National Institutes of Health

Written by Peggy Reisser | July 5, 2018

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Last Published: Sep 26, 2018