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Dr. Cui’s lab in the University of Florida College of Pharmacy explores the biochemical activities of glycan processing enzymes and develops therapeutic and diagnostic molecules or tools for various types of cancer and age-related diseases (e.g. diabetes, neurodegeneration, etc).
In Dr. Ding’s laboratory in the College of Pharmacy at the University of Florida, researchers are interested in combing the world for naturally occurring chemicals that have applications in health, agriculture and environment.
Dr. Hendrik Luesch explores the world’s oceans in search of natural compounds that treat cancer and other deadly diseases. In these uncharted waters, lies new chemistry, new biology and new cures just waiting to be revealed. Learn more here: A New Wave of Medicine
Dr. Xing’s research program attempts to understand tobacco carcinogenesis, build cancer risk, stratification and develop preventive interventions with the ultimate research goal of facilitating cancer prevention as a key pillar to support effective cancer management.
Save the date: 6th UF Drug Discovery Symposium
n 2023, the National Institutes of Health awarded almost $21.5 million to the UF College of Pharmacy.
The symposium was held Feb. 14-15 in Orlando and featured over 20 presentations by esteemed scientists studying kratom.
Hendrik Luesch, Ph.D., and Yousong Ding, Ph.D., co-authored the study that identified the genes responsible for producing dolastatin 10.
seminar series and guest speakers
Wednesday, February 21st 2024 from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM in the Shands Auditorium 6120 Dr. Clardy’s presentation is titled “Bacterial Signals to…
Tuesday, February 6th 2024 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM in the Cancer & Genetics Research Complex, Auditorium 101 Dr. Teh’s presentation is titled…
Thursday January 25th 2024 from 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM in the Shands Auditorium 6120 Dr. Crawford’s presentation is entitled “Metabolism at the…
fast facts | FISCAL year 2022-23
Discover the UF pharmaceutical sciences graduate program and learn about our comprehensive and collaborative research training among the five departments.