Research in EACPHS
Research in the Eugene Applebaum College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences is highly diversified with many different types of health science professionals and state-of-the-art resources, working together to advance health care through innovative basic and applied clinical research.
Our researchers are leaders in their field and actively involved in cutting edge projects that range from discovery of basic biological mechanisms to clinical concepts and application of healthcare. Research is funded through multiple sources, including federal agencies, private sector and research and healthcare organizations. Research excellence and innovations are achieved at multiple fronts reflecting diversity in a vibrant atmosphere. Research topics include projects in drug delivery, medicinal chemistry, immunology, infection models, therapeutic applications, carcinogenesis, nanomedicine, air pollution, epidemiology, physiology, clinical investigations, patient management, health economics, instrumentation, motor functions, movement analysis and human behavioral studies. State of the art molecular, cellular, biochemical and physiological approaches tackle chronic diseases, such as Parkinson’s, cancer, diabetes, pulmonary, neurological and cardiovascular disorders, to name a few.
Our researchers are sought out for their expertise and they hold appointment on national committees, review panels, editorial boards, professional organizations, and other prestigious positions.