Welcome to Penn State Pharmacology Faculty
The faculty attaches great importance to its teaching mission. In addition to core and elective graduate courses in Pharmacology, the faculty provides instruction to the graduate programs in Cell and Molecular Biology, Neuroscience and Genetics, and to medical students in the case based curricula. Considerable emphasis is placed on teaching in the laboratories, usually on a one-to-one basis. The Pharmacology faculty takes pride in its program, current students and graduates. Our over-arching goal in graduate education is to produce competent scientists who possess a wide range of skills.
The Medical Minute: Knowing when infant tummy troubles may be serious
Spitting up and occasional constipation are unfortunate -- yet normal -- facts of life for most infants. While those symptoms are seldom cause for concern, there are several more serious -- albeit rare -- warning signs that can present in the first hours and days of life that can indicate any of a number of congenital conditions.More...
Center for the Protection of Children receives $6K donation
Representatives from Metro Bank visited the Penn State Hershey Center for the Protection of Children on May 7 to deliver a check representing proceeds from a recent Dress-Down Day Friday fundraising campaign.More...
Comics and Medicine: Helping med students form their professional identities
Reading and creating health-themed comics helps medical students transition from laypersons to physicians, according to a first-of-its-kind analysis at Penn State College of Medicine.More...
Sixth annual Scarnati/Cawley 100 raises $27K for Hummingbird Program
Shelly Brown, major staff administrator, and Maria Wilhelm, executive assistant, from Sen. Joe Scarnati’s office visited Penn State Hershey Children’s Hospital recently to present a check for $27,904.79 to the Hummingbird Program. The money was raised through the sixth annual Scarnati/Cawley 100.More...