Drug discovery and delivery research at Northeastern’s pharmacy school spurs innovation, collaboration
Throughout Northeastern’s School of Pharmacy, researchers are making progress in solving a range of pressing health challenges.
Post-doctoral researcher Chris Skipwith has received two prestigious fellowships to develop nanosensors that detect serotonin and other small molecules in order to gain a better understanding of their role in cardiovascular disease.
Heather Clark, an associate professor of pharmaceutical sciences, has received a $300,000 Young Faculty Award from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to explore neural cell communication.
Here’s a look back on some of Northeastern’s most memorable moments from 2011, in photos and video.
In a recently published paper, professor Heather Clark expands the boundaries of her research as she develops microworms and nanosensors to check health.
Two teams of Northeastern students are finalists in a selective national competition aimed at developing engineering solutions to improve health care
Northeastern researcher collaborates on developing skin-deep nanosensors that would enable people to keep track of critical levels in their body chemistry
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