The faculty of Weill Cornell Medical College and the Sloan-Kettering Institute are collaborating on a training grant in cancer pharmacology. The collaboration consists of an integrated set of training activities for PhD students and postdoctoral fellows. The strength and diversity of the 21 faculty member participants in the training grant provide opportunities for research in a variety of different areas, such as:
This program provides students and postdoctoral fellows with a broader understanding of the interrelationships between research on the basic mechanisms of drug action and drug development and clinical issues. In this way, both clinicians and basic scientists will be better prepared to carry out research to prevent or treat cancer.
The Ph.D. program consists of:
The training grant sponsors a separate seminar series devoted to the area of cancer pharmacology and therapeutics. Students and fellows present their research in an annual 2-day pharmacology program retreat. Fellows attend a weekly journal club, take courses in cancer pharmacology, and present a formal seminar in the Cancer Pharmacology Seminar Series.
Information from the External Advisory Meeting (3-25-16)
Information from the External Advisory Meeting (3-7-17)
Information from the External Advisory Meeting (3-29-18)
Information from the Advisory Meeting (8-1-2019)
Information from the External Advisory Meeting (11-25-19)
Information from the External Advisory Meeting (7-29-20)
Information from the External Advisory Meeting (4-23-21)
Cancer Pharmacology Training Grant Trainees, faculty, and Advisory members: 2020-2021
Cancer Pharmacology Training Grant Trainees: 2019-2020
Above: Liyang Zhao, Aashiq Mirza, Matthew Utter, Grady Nelson, Heather Jones, Krysta Dikun, Elizabeth Isaac.
(Not shown): Jens Hamann, Mandana Manzari.
Front: Dr. Anthony Saviola (Buck/Levin lab), Dr. Leonid Dubrovsky (Scheinberg lab), Dr. Corinne Foley (Tan lab), Dr. Leiping Fu (Nanus lab), Dr. Brian Pickering, (Jaffrey Lab), Dr. Katsuhiro Kita, (Giannakakou lab) Dr. Anthony Olarerin-George (Jaffrey lab) NOT SHOWN: Dr. John Knapp (Danishefsky lab). July 29, 2015
Dr. Lorraine Gudas, Director
Department of Pharmacology
Weill Cornell Medical College
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