The Cancer Drug Discovery Center provides mechanisms for target identification and generation of lead compounds in the drug discovery process, thus creating a productive interface between academics and the biotechnology/pharmaceutical industries. Drug Discovery Core.
The Center for Cell Death, Injury, and Regeneration which was established in 2007 is headed by John Lemasters. The center provides imaging facility through the use of six confocal/multiphoton microscopes which are also a part of the Hollings Cell and Molecular Imaging Facility. The center also is home to a multiwell plate reader and Agilent/Seahorse Bioscience facility
The Doris Levkoff Meddin Medication Safety Education Program is an education and outreach program designed to help reduce adverse drug effects by disseminating current and emerging knowledge about ADEs to Health care professionals and the general public
Research foci of the drug discovery and biomedical sciences faculty include bioorganic/medicinal chemistry; pharmaceutics and pharmacology; cell death, injury, and regeneration; and cancer etiology and therapeutics
The Shared Resource provides state of the art imaging with capabilities at the cellular, tissue, intravital, and in vivo whole animal levels