Thomas Burris, Ph.D. (Pharmacology and Physiology) and John Walker, Ph.D. (Pharmacology and Physiology) were quoted about their research to capture some of the benefits of exercise in pill form on Life Science Daily.
Nickolas SteinauerNickolas Steinauer, an MD/PHD student in Dr. Jinsong Zhang's lab, won a Travel Award to attend the 2016 ASH Meeting on Hematologic Malignancies held in Chicago this September.

Nick's abstract was chosen as one of the top 6 abstracts for oral presentation at the meeting. He is currently supported by the T32 training grant in the Department. Congratulations, Nick!
ASH Meeting September 2016
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Secondary Faculty Appointments

NameDegree InstitutionAcademic Interest
Michael Anne Gratton, Ph.D. SUNY at Buffalo The Gratton lab is interested in mechanisms controlling inner ear homeostasis.
R. Scott Martin, Ph.D. University of Missouri, Columbia Research involves the use of microchip-based analytical devices to study various biological systems
L. James Willmore, M.D. Saint Louis University Medical School, 1968

Antiepileptic drug development and use; animal models of epilepsy; molecular biology of brain injury and drug effects.