The 2015 Pharmacy Research Summer Interns (PRSI) program provided the opportunity for 12 faculty members to mentor 11 students in researching diverse topics which ranged from basic to clinical research.

The areas of research covered during the 2015 PRSI program were:

  • drug analysis in tissue cultures
  • drug resistance of antiretrovirals in cancer
  • signaling pathways governing inflammation and wound healing in macrophages
  • role of lymphocytes in cervical mucosa
  • drug resistance to antitumoral drugs
  • signaling pathways in bladder cancer
  • impact of social support in diabetes education
  • synthesis of novel antimicrobials
  • impact of diabetes in a rural patient population,
  • gene expression changes induced by cobalt toxicity in sertoli cells

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