Pharmaceutical Sciences Students Present Research Posters

By Jenna Pizzi

Published on December 3, 2019

Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences Mini Research Day

Students from the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences shared their scholarship during a Mini Research Day hosted by the department on November 21, 2019. 

Posters included

“Method Development for HPLC Analysis of 5-(4-methoxyphenylmethly)-2,4-thiazolidinedione (MPMT)” by Nicole Colussi and Peter J. Harvison

“3-(4-Methoxyphenylmethylene)succinimide and 3-(4-Methoxyphenylmethyl)succinimide Stability in Solution” by Hannah Fisher and Peter J. Harvison

“Syntheses of Diarylethylamines as NMDAR Antagonists” by Jarrina Carlos, Daniel Mongeluzi, Michael Dybek, Jason Wallach, Tristan Colestocka, and Adeboye Adejarea

“Syntheses and Structure Activity Relationship Studies of β-Keto-Arylcyclohexylamines as NMDAR Antagonists” by Anush Abelian, Michael Dybek, Jason V. Wallach, Adeboye Adejare.

“The Impact of Retracted Literature on Patents” by Meghan Chan, Chien Ly, Ruy Tchao

“Novel Small Molecule Targets Cancerous Redox Balance to Selectively Kill TNBC” by Nick Makosiej, Conor Glass, Justin Nguyen, Mike Dybek, Adeboye Adejare, and Isabelle Mercier

“Elevated Ascorbic Acid Transporter SVCT-2 in Colon Cancer Predicts Decreased Survival, What’s Next?” by Megan Shuminski, Priyal Vakil PhD, Katrina Chavez, Jennifer Nguyen, and Isabelle Mercier

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