The Chemistry-Biology Interface Training Program at the University of Florida was established in spring 2020.
As large blooms of toxic blue-green algae have become an annual phenomenon in Florida’s freshwater lakes and rivers, as well as other places worldwide, UF researchers have identified a new method to control its growth.
As a board member, McCurdy will be expected to support the journal as a reviewer, contribute in editorial decisions pertaining to his area of expertise and publish his scientific findings in the journal.
Smithsonian research into cyanobacteria’s powerful chemical compounds yields benefits for humans as well as reef habitats.
The department of medicinal chemistry virtually held its fourth annual student award ceremony, “Celebrating Student Excellence,” on July 9. The faculty were pleased to recognize the outstanding achievements for the 2019-2020 academic year of all 25+ graduate students in the department as well as to highlight a few individuals who…
The study examined the marine natural product largazole as a treatment option for brain diseases is featured on the July 2020 ACS Chemical Neuroscience journal cover.
The medicinal chemistry researchers are among six UF College of Pharmacy faculty receiving tenure or promotion in 2020.
The University of Florida College of Pharmacy received a record $28.3 million in research awards in 2019.
The American College of Clinical Pharmacology, or ACCP, has elected Oliver Grundmann, Ph.D., FCP, a clinical associate professor in the department of medicinal chemistry, as its 2020-2022 secretary. Grundmann joins five other clinical pharmacology experts on the executive committee, where they will work closely with the ACCP’s board of regents to support the organization’s mission.
The National Institute of General Medical Sciences awarded a five-year, $800,500 grant to establish the “Chemistry-Biology Interface Training Program at the University of Florida.”