Graduate Appointment

Drug Development and Disease Diagnostics, Molecular basis of drug targets and diseases

Carolyn Cummins studies the role of nuclear receptors in the development of diabetes, obesity and other metabolic diseases to identify therapeutic targets and develop drugs to prevent or treat these conditions.

Graduate Appointment

416-946-3466
Clinical Pharmacy Research, Drug Safety, Health Services Research

Carlo DeAngelis’ research is focused on understanding how the immune system is involved in causing the side effects of anti-cancer treatments.

Graduate Appointment

Clinical Pharmacy Research, Drug Safety, Health Services Research

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Lisa Dolovich evaluates interventions and collaborative practices that can improve health care delivery, medication management and pharmacy practice. 

Graduate Appointment

416-978-3188
Clinical Pharmacy Research

Lee Dupuis focuses on the supportive care of children with cancer or undergoing hematopoietic stem cell transplantation.

Graduate Appointment

416-813-7654x309355
Drug Development and Disease Diagnostics, Molecular basis of drug targets and diseases

Jean Gariepy applies synthetic, combinatorial and genetic approaches to design peptide-based delivery shuttles or to re-engineer large structural templates such as bacterial toxins in order to generate selective vehicles for cancer cells and other cell targets.

Graduate Appointment

416-480-5704
Drug Safety, Health Services Research

Tara Gomes is an epidemiologist whose research interests include pharmacoepidemiology, drug safety and effectiveness, and drug policy research.

Graduate Appointment

416-864-6060x77046
Health Services Research

Paul Grootendorst examines economics issues in the pharmaceutical sector, with a particular focus on drug pricing, insurance and the provision of community pharmacy services.

Graduate Appointment

416-946-3994
Health Services Research

Sara Guilcher's research program optimizes integration of care for whole-person activation among individuals with complex needs.

Graduate Appointment

416-946-7020
Drug Development and Disease Diagnostics, Molecular basis of drug targets and diseases

David Hampson studies the application of viral vector-mediated gene therapy to the neurodevelopmental disorders Fragile X Syndrome and Dravet Syndrome.

Graduate Appointment

416-978-4494
Clinical Pharmacy Research

Brian Hardy’s research focuses on the pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics and effectiveness of drugs in the elderly, including drugs used for major depression and bipolar disease.

Graduate Appointment

416-480-4508
Drug Development and Disease Diagnostics, Molecular basis of drug targets and diseases

Heiko Heerklotz's research is focused on understanding the interactions of amphiphilic molecules with membranes.

Graduate Appointment

Drug Development and Disease Diagnostics, Molecular basis of drug targets and diseases

Jeff Henderson’s research focuses on the molecular mechanisms regulating programmed cell death in the mammalian central nervous system (CNS), neural connectivity in the CNS, and the development and delivery of small molecule therapeutics targeting these processes.

Graduate Appointment

416-946-3090