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Pharmacology and Molecular Sciences

The Department of Pharmacology and Molecular Sciences has a distinguished history and track record for training outstanding students. Our faculty is engaged in cutting-edge research spanning many areas such as chemical biology, immunology, virology, cancer and neuroscience.

We hope you take this opportunity to review information about our Pharmacology Graduate Program and research.

 

Additional Resources

 

Johns Hopkins Flight Attendant Medical Research Institute (FAMRI) Center of Excellence

Please click on the link to see the video entitled, "FAMRI Science at Work" featuring Drs. Philip A. Cole and Julie R. Brahmer, Co-Directors of the Johns Hopkins FAMRI (Flight Attendant Medical Research Institute) Center of Excellence.  Dr. Cole discusses activities and progress in the Johns Hopkins FAMRI Center of Excellence.

 

Open Courseware Resource Project

Open Courseware Resource is a free and comprehensive resource that is a collection of open college courses that spans videos, audio lectures, and notes given by professors at Harvard, Princeton and MIT.  They offer highly relevant courses such as iPhone Application Development from Stanford and Cyber Humor from Oxford. This could be a wonderful resource for those looking to explore additional educational topics and to see what college level course has to offer.

 
What's New

Netz Arroyo's Paper Made Cover in ACS Pharmacology
Congratulations to Netz for being awarded the journal cover for his accepted manuscript on feedback-controlled drug delivery in ACS Pharmacology! Please click on the link to view his news page and to click on the link to the cover. More

Congratulations to Emmanuel Datan, graduate student
in Dr. Jun O. Liu's lab, for being featured in the Johns Hopkins Medicine Employee Spotlight during the National Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. More

Congratulations to Craig Hendrix for being one of the 2018 ACCP Recognition Award Winners!
The ACCP Distinguished Investigator Award that is given annually and is intended to recognize superior scientific expertise and accomplishments by a senior investigator, usually involving a distinct area of research in basic or clinical pharmacology for which the individual is internationally known More

Congratulations to Carley Heck, graduate student in Dr. Namandje Bumpus' lab
for being selected as the Molecular Pharmacology Highlighted Trainee Author, October, 2018. More

Congratulations to Dr. Namandje Bumpus for Being Awarded the 2019 John Jacob Abel Award in Pharmacology
She is being recognized for her research on the impact of drug metabolites of HIV drugs on their pharmacology and toxicology and on the effect of genetic variation in drug metabolism on anti-HIV drug disposition. More

Congratulations to Dr. Namandje Bumpus for Being One of the Newly Elected 2019 ASPET Council Members.
Dr. Bumpus will begin her term as ASPET Councilor on July 1, 2019 More

Congratulations to Caren L. Freel Meyers for being the recipient of the GSA Faculty Teaching Award!
Caren received multiple nominations prior to voting, each with strong and thoughtful words describing the work she puts into mentoring, support and care for students in the Pharmacology department, and her "awesome organic chemistry lectures”. Overall, Caren was characterized as an "inspiring and exemplary” scientist by the students. More

Congratulations to Dr. Netz Arroyo
for winning the Ralph E. Powe Award from Oak Ridge Associated Universities! More

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