TTUHSC School of Pharmacy


Research Days

As part of an effort to encourage collaborations and to promote the sharing of research hypotheses and findings in the scientific community, the SOP Office of the Sciences sponsors an annual Research Days event. An internal or external (to TTUHSC) speaker selected by the Research Advisory Committee presents his/her research during the keynote speech. Attendance is open to everyone, and faculty are also encouraged to participate in the poster presentation portion of the event.

Previous Research Days keynote speakers include:

2002, 1st Annual

Steven Lee Berk, M.D. FACP, FCCP, Regional Dean of the Texas Tech School of Medicine in Amarillo
"Infectious Diseases and the Spirit of Research Collaboration"

2003, 2nd Annual

Oksana Lockridge, Ph.D., Professor, University of Nebraska Medical Center
"Novel Strategy to Treat Nerve Gas Toxicity"

2004, 3rd Annual

M. Roy Wilson, M.D., President of the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center
"Musings of a Want-to-Be-Researcher"

2005, 4th Annual

Milton Packer, M.D., Professor, Southwestern Medical School, Dallas

2006, 5th Annual

David Margolis, M.D., FACP, Professor, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
"Opportunities in Translational Research: The HIV Pandemic as Paradigm"

2007, 6th Annual

Ken Miller, Ph.D., Senior Vice President of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy

2008, 7th Annual

John Crabbe, Ph.D., Professor of Pharmacology & Behavioral Neuroscience, Oregon Health & Science University & Portland Alcohol Research Center, “Mice That Drink too Much: A New Genetic Animal Model”

2009, 8th Annual

Fulton Crews, Ph.D., Professor of Pharmacology & Psychiatry, Director of the Skipper Bowles Center for Alcohol Studies at the University of Carolina at Chapel Hill, “The Neurobiology of Alcohol: good, bad, and ugly”

Abstracts & Posters Guidelines

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