Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology

Welcome to the Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology. Our mission is to perform basic and translational pharmacological research and to train new scientists and health sciences professionals. To accomplish this mission, the department has 18 full-time faculty, support staff, well-equipped laboratories and core facilities.

We use a range of multidisciplinary approaches to conduct our research. Our scientists have developed unique genetic animal models. We can measure pharmacological and physiological variable ranging in scale from molecular to whole-animal. Core facilities for tissue culture, genomics, mass spectrometry, imaging and electrophysiology support these research efforts. These resources and skills allow us to conduct state-of-the-art basic translational research on metabolic, cardiovascular, renal and cancer-related diseases. 

The department has eight to 12 PhD students in any given year. In addition to training graduate students, the department teaches pharmacology and therapeutics to medical and dental students and maintains outreach efforts to local high schools, colleges and universities.

Seminars Series

Cipolla seminar

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The Departments of Pharmacology and Toxicology
and Neurobiology and Anatomical Sciences
presents
"The Vascular Biology of Preeclamsia and Eclampsia"
When: Noon Monday, Jan. 8
Where: Lower Amphitheater - R153

"Targeting Brain Arterioles for Acute Stroke Treatment"
When:
Noon Tuesday, Jan. 9
Where: Room - N318

Marilyn J. Cipolla, PhD
Professor
Department of Neurological Sciences
University of Vermont
Larner College of Medicine

For more information,
contact Pam Banks at (601) 984-1690


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