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Dissertation Defense: A Tale of Two Cities: Merging Biology with Chemistry for Drug Design

Dissertation Defense: A Tale of Two Cities: Merging Biology with Chemistry for Drug Design

Dissertation Defense: A Tale of Two Cities: Merging Biology with Chemistry for Drug Design Eric Samuels, PhD Candidate Friday, May 18, 2018 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM Natural Sciences I, Room 1114 Abstract Cytochrome P450 represents a superfamily of heme-containing oxidase enzymes responsible for transmuting xenobiotics into more water-soluble compounds. Amongst the cytochrome P450 isoforms,Read more about Dissertation Defense: A Tale of Two Cities: Merging Biology with Chemistry for Drug Design[…]

PharmSci Spotlight: Eric Samuels, PhD Candidate

PharmSci Spotlight: Eric Samuels, PhD Candidate

 PharmSci Spotlight: Eric Samuels, PhD Candidate Our PharmSci Spotlight highlights individuals in our department who are making a difference in the field of pharmaceutical sciences. Tell us about the research you are currently working on. I work in the Poulos Lab. In short, I am designing and developing CYP3A4 inhibitors as pharmacoenhancers.  What does this mean?  Well,Read more about PharmSci Spotlight: Eric Samuels, PhD Candidate[…]