Pharmacology and Neuroscience
Welcome to the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center's Department of Pharmacology
and Neuroscience Home Page. I hope you enjoy your visit and take a moment to learn
more about us. The Department is part of the School of Medicine and Graduate School
of Biomedical Sciences. We teach medical, allied health, and graduate students within
the Health Sciences Center. In addition, many of the faculty provide Continuing Medical
Education lectures for a variety of health professionals.
The Department's faculty research efforts include neuroscience and substance abuse
as well as cardiovascular and cancer pharmacology. Their department is also home to
the South Plains Alcohol and Addiction Research Center @ http://www.ttuhsc.edu/centers/spaarc/. There are currently 14 faculty in the department and 8 additional graduate faculty who provide graduate students additional research opportunities.
The home page provides several links to various topics, the Graduate Training Program
(with complete course listings, graduate guidelines, and departmental application
form), as well as links to sites for pharmacology, neuroscience, the Lubbock area,
and others. I hope you find the links useful.
Reid L. Norman, Ph.D.
Professor and Chair
Pharmacology and Neuroscience Ph.D. student Ayman K. Hamouda is named 2007 GSBS Outstanding
Graduate Student. To view his acceptance speech, click here.
Mitesh Sanghvi, Ph.D., (Pharmacology and Neuroscience '08 graduate) Alumni Profile