The 10 medicinal chemistry faculty currently serve as principal investigators on 18 different federally funded grants worth more than $18.4 million.
With the funding from the Maximizing Investigators’ Research Award, Ding aims to access and expand chemical diversity of microbes through the use of new, innovative strategies.
Yasmeen Abouelhassan, a Ph.D. student in the department of medicinal chemistry, is the recipient of the Emerging STEM Scholar Award from UF’s Association for Academic Women.
The symposium featured nearly 130 participants and plenary speakers from the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Scripps Research Institute-Florida and National Cancer Institute.
This year’s symposium will feature an exciting lineup of invited speakers covering most major research institutes across Florida and also includes three plenary lectures from leading scientists at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, The National Cancer Institute and The Scripps Research Institute.