With one of the longest standing NIH funded pre-doctoral training grants in existence, our program has an established history of biomedical science training. Program faculty are nationally and internationally renowned in the areas of neuroscience, cancer biology, signal transduction, structural biology, cardiovascular biology, and bioinformatics.
The Pharmacology Training Program is committed to diversity and inclusion in the recruitment and retention of students to the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus.
Congratulations to Maddy Rodriguez on her GRFP Fellowship! Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) fellowships seek to broaden participation in science and engineering of underrepresented groups, including women, minorities, persons with disabilities, and veterans. The five-year fellowship provides three years of financial support inclusive of an annual stipend.
Pharmacology faculty Matthew Kennedy, PhD and Won Chan Oh, PhD recently discovered a previously unknown stability in synapses in the central nervous system (CNS) that they predict could hold therapeutic potential for brain disorders.
Congratulations to graduate student Dean Kareemo for receiving an F31 Award! Individual Predoctoral Fellowship (F31) Award supports promising doctoral candidates performing dissertation research and training in a scientific health-related field.
Novel computational strategies to deconvolute co-occurring conditions in Down syndrome
NPEPPS is a novel and druggable determinant of chemotherapy resistance in bladder cancer
Kunhua Song, PhD, Associate Professor of Medicine/Cardiology and a member of the Pharmacology Program training faculty recently received two NIH grants: a $2.2 million, four-year study of long non-coding RNA in control of calcium handling and its impact on the heart, and a $2 million five-year study of congenital heart disease in people with Down syndrome.
Congratulations to graduate student Nicole Brown for receiving an F31 Award! Individual Predoctoral Fellowship (F31) Award supports promising doctoral candidates performing dissertation research and training in a scientific health-related field.
Congratulations to Carley Miller on her F30! NRSA Individual Predoctoral Fellowships support promising doctoral candidates performing dissertation research and training in a scientific health-related field.
Congratulations to graduate student Eric Stokes and Dr. Jason Aoto for being awarded a mentee/mentor pair HHMI Gilliam Award. This is the second trainee in the Aoto lab to receive this prestigious award, and the third for a student Pharmacology Training Program. Learn more.