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Study Sheds Light on Critical Transporter Activation Mechanism

March 6, 2017

Findings published by Dr. Jana Shen and colleagues illustrate the power of molecular simulations to help researchers better understand key atomic-level changes.

Symposium Showcases Latest Advances in Computer-Aided Drug Design

June 9, 2016

Presentations delivered by leaders across academia and industry highlight new methods and approaches to drug design that attendees can apply in their laboratories.

School of Pharmacy Hosts Symposium on Computer-Aided Drug Design

July 14, 2014

Leaders in academia, government, and industry highlight latest research and advances in the field.

Six Degrees of SOP; 2013 Nobel Prize Winner’s Connection to School

October 9, 2013

Nobel Prize for Chemistry awarded to world-renowned researcher and former mentor of Dr. Alexander MacKerell.

Grollman Lecture Highlights Lessons Learned from Academic Drug Discovery

September 20, 2013

Speaker Shaomeng Wang, PhD, discusses ongoing research in his lab and his team’s experience navigating the drug development process, from drug design to clinical trials.

2012 Researcher of the Year

October 21, 2012

Alexander MacKerell Jr., the Grollman-Glick Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences at the School of Pharmacy, is known to thousands of scientists around the world as the man who built his research program in force field development to an elite level.

School of Pharmacy Hosts Symposium Focused on Computer-aided Drug Design

July 23, 2012

Attendees learn about CADD Center’s capabilities and hear from leaders in the field