Cancer Unraveling the tangled threads of a stealthy disease Posted February 13 – Article by Lee Sherman Several potential new weapons are under the microscope at Oregon State University. Biomedical researchers at OSU College of Pharmacy are investigating the curative powers of a rare marine organism discovered on a Panamanian reef by natural-products chemist Kerry […]
Terra Magazine: “Cancer: Unraveling the tangled threads of stealthy disease”
Dr. Aleksandra Sikora was recently published in Molecular and Cellular Proteomics for her work with other OSU College of Pharmacy researches on the human-specific pathogen Neisseria gonorrhoeae (GC). This pathogen is the culprit for the sexually transmitted disease, gonorrhea. The work done by Dr. Sikora and her research associates suggests that proteins located in the cell envelope play […]
Please join us in congratulationing Dr. Kerry McPhail on her recent promotion to Associate Professor with tenure by Oregon State University!
Kerry McPhail, PhD, OSU College of Pharmacy, was named as a co-recipient along with her co-authors for the 2010 Jack L. Beal Award. The award was given for her paper titled “4-Formylaminooxyvinylglycine, an Herbicidal Germination-arrest Factor from Pseudomonas Rhizosphere Bacteria” published in the Journal of Natural Products. The Jack L. Beal Award is awarded by […]
This summer, nine undergraduate students from OSU and other schools were sponsored by the OSU College of Pharmacy to participate in faculty members in faculty labs. The students, shown in the accompanying photo with their faculty mentors, concluded three months of hands-on research with a research presentation to College of Pharmacy faculty and graduate students. […]