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PHARMACOLOGY TOXICOLOGY J. DOUGLAS BRICKER, Associate Professor of Pharmacology-Toxicology; Ph.D., Duquesne. Effects of drugs, chemicals, and disease states on the regulation of calcium uptake mechanisms, development and screening of antidotal agents for clinical use, in vitro toxicity testing methods. VICKI L. DAVIS, Assistant Professor of Pharmacology; Ph.D., North Carolina. Effects of pharmaceutical, environmental, plant and natural estrogens exposure on the development of breast cancer and cataracts in women, with emphasis on using various techniques to determine potential methods of decreasing the risk factors. DAVID A. JOHNSON, Associate Professor of Pharmacology-Toxicology; Ph.D., Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Allied Health Sciences. Drugs which enhance the function of neuronal pathways involved with learning and memory, neuropathology and the treatment of eating disorders. WILSON S. MENG, Assistant Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences (Pharmacology-Toxicology and Pharmaceutics); Ph.D., Southern California. Structure-based design of tumor reactive T-cell epitopes and development of particle-based DNA delivery systems. CHRISTOPHER K. SURRATT, Associate Professor of Pharmacology; Ph.D., Virginia. Structure-function studies on brain receptors that recognize psychostimulant and opiate drugs of abuse. PAULA A. WITT-ENDERBY, Associate Professor of Pharmacology-Toxicology; Ph.D., Arizona. Molecular pharmacology of melatonin receptors and its associated signaling cascades, with emphasis on the role of melatonin in stem cell differentiation.

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