biochemical pharmacology

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a branch of pharmacology concerned with the biochemical mechanisms responsible for the actions of drugs.
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Biochemical pharmacology is the primary step in a mechanism-based strategy to streamline drug discovery.
Kongsamut managed various-sized groups of scientists in biochemical pharmacology that served multiple project teams in the neuroscience area, and was a member of the CNS Board that managed the CNS project portfolio.
Brian Kobilka is an editorial board member of Trends in Pharmacological Sciences, and has published in numerous Elsevier journals, such as Current Opinion in Structural Biology and Biochemical Pharmacology.
The study has been published in Biochemical Pharmacology.
Hwang's research is documented in Biochemical Pharmacology, Journal of Immunology, Journal of Biological Chemistry, Molecular Pharmacology, and other scientific publications.
in biochemical pharmacology from SUNY Buffalo in 1967, Dr.
in Biochemical Pharmacology at the University of Missouri, Kansas City.
His award of the degree of Doctor of Science from Aston University in 2005 reflects his substantial and original contribution to knowledge of Biochemical Pharmacology and Toxicology of Antiparasitic Drugs.
Gay joins Board members Gary Crocker, President of Crocker Ventures, James Dresser, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Wesleyan University and former Chief Administrative Officer at the Boston Consulting Group, Gordon Fehr, former Chairman and President of Pfizer Canada, Peter Lewis, President of Wharton Equity Partners, LLC, Walter Lovenberg, PhD, President of Lovenberg Associates and former Chief of the Section of Biochemical Pharmacology at the National Institutes of Health, Anthony Sinskey, PhD, co-Founder of Merrimack and Professor of Microbiology in the Biology Department at MIT and Robert Mulroy, President and CEO of Merrimack Pharmaceuticals.
in Biochemical Pharmacology from the State University of New York at Buffalo.
Dyer has published more than 50 research papers in well-respected journals and is a Reviewer for Biochemical Pharmacology, Endocrinology, Inflammation Research, Journal of Biological Chemistry, Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, and Prostaglandins.
After finishing his undergraduate degree in microbiology and genetics from the University of Wales at Swansea in 1973, Tew received a doctorate in biochemical pharmacology from London's Institute for Cancer Research (Chester Beatty Cancer Research Institute), where he was awarded the highest degree attainable, a doctor of science in the faculty of sciences.

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