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Dr. Bryan Roth Interviewed by Channel 14 News

June 8, 2009

Dr. Roth interviewed about research on Salvia and possible health benefits for Alzheimer’s disease and other mental disorders, and the difficulties that may ensue for researchers should Salvia be classified a Schedule I drug.

Eric Zimmerman Recieves Thomas Collum Butler Award 2008

June 8, 2009

  Eric Zimmerman, recipient of Thomas Collum Butler Award 2008 The winner of the Thomas Collum Butler Award 2008 is Eric Zimmerman, a member of the Graves Lab. The award was announced Jan. 27 at the department “Welcome to our New Building Party,” held in our new 4th floor atrium. Eric received a check for … Continued

Pharmacology Makes Move to Genetic Medicine

June 8, 2009

  Atrium of the new Genetic Medicine Building. Pharmacology is housed on the 4th floor. We’re finally made our move long awaited move to the 4th floor of the new Genetic Medicine Building, a state of the art research facility designed to facilitate interdisciplinary research. Though it took most of December 2008 to move and … Continued

Admin staff tours new Genetic Medicine Building Prior to Move

June 8, 2009

The administrative staff toured the new Genetic Medicine Building prior to moving in the first week of December. Offices are beginning to pack up boxes and get rid of old papers and items that will not be used in the new building. There’s been lots of scanning going on as we digitalize old copies. While … Continued

Carolina Summer Fellows 2008 Start Research Projects

June 8, 2009

Carolina Summer Fellows Amanda Blackwelder, Robin Muller,¬†Eric Gardner and Alan Nguyen start summer research projects. Four new Carolina Summer Fellows arrived May 27 to start work on summer research projects with the Department of Pharmacology. A luncheon was held in their honor to welcome them to the department. Photo: The four Carolina Summer Fellows are … Continued

Staff Says Goodbye to Student Assistants

June 8, 2009

Pharmacology Admin staff take students assistants, Ilene Sheehy and Tanner Almond out for goodby luncheon. The Pharmacology administrative staff took Ilene Sheehy, our Student Assistant, to lunch at the Gourmet Kingdom Restaurant to say goodby. Ilene has graduated and is moving to Atlanta, Ga. for her new job. We wish Ilene all the best as … Continued