J. Roberts and Marcia Fosberg Distinguished Regents Professor of Pharmacotherapy and Director of the Drug Information Center Danial Baker along with multiple other authors contributed to the recently released sixth version of the United States Pharmacopeia COVID-19 Vaccine Handling Toolkit Operational Considerations for Healthcare Practitioners.
Danial Baker and eight co-authors published, “Agreement of medicine and pharmacy students on quality of drug information,” in Pharmacy Education in August 2022.
Danial Baker and five co-authors published, “On the relationship between cardiovascular risk marker calcium phosphate product and health-related quality of life in hemodialysis patients,” in Nephro-Urology Monthly in April 2022.
Director for the Center for Pharmacy Practice Research and Associate Professor of Pharmacotherapy Kimberly McKeirnan and five co-authors published, “Correlations to and potential implications of resilience among certified pharmacy technicians,” in the August 2022 edition of Journal of the American Pharmacists Association.
Pharmaceutical Sciences Associate Professor Senthil Natesan and one co-author published “Membrane lipids are an integral part of transmembrane allosteric sites in GPCRs: a case study of cannabinoid CB1 receptor bound to a negative allosteric modulator, ORG27569, and Analogs,” in Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, a peer-reviewed scientific journal from the American Chemical Society, in September 2022.
United States Transuranium and Uranium Registries (USTUR) Director and Professor Sergei Tolmachev and five co-authors published, “Radiochemistry and nuclear chemistry workforce,” in the Journal of Applied Clinical Medical Physics in September 2022.
Senthil Natesan gave an invited talk, “Computational Methods for Exploring Lipid-Facilitated Ligand Access and Binding Mechanisms for Integral Membrane Proteins,” as part of the Symposium, “Ligand Binding at the Protein-Lipid Interface: Membrane Access Mechanisms & Drug Design Strategies” at the American Chemical Society (ACS) Fall meeting (Aug 21-25, 2022) in Chicago, IL.
USTUR Postdoctoral Research Associate Martin Šefl gave an invited seminar, “Application of principal component regression at the U.S. Transuranium and Uranium Registries,” to undergraduate mathematics and statistics students from Whitman College in Walla Walla, Washington on Sept 19,2022. This seminar is a part of the Mathematical Sciences Foundry Talks series.
Senthil Natesan received an industry grant from Genentech for investigating the role of membrane lipids in the access and binding of TRPA1 antagonists (as potential therapeutics for treating pain and asthma).
Pharmaceutical Sciences and Molecular Medicine students
Peter Obi (Natesan Lab) with faculty co-author Senthil Natesan published “Membrane lipids are an integral part of transmembrane allosteric sites in GPCRs: a case study of cannabinoid CB1 receptor bound to a negative allosteric modulator, ORG27569, and Analogs,” in Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, a peer-reviewed scientific journal from the American Chemical Society, in September 2022.