Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Sciences welcomes assistant professor Eugene Douglass, Ph.D.

Dr. Douglass recently joined the Department of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Sciences as assistant professor. He received his Ph.D. in Chemistry from Yale University in 2014 and completed postdoctoral research in mouse immunology and clinical-data science at Columbia University.  Dr. Douglass’s research interests include designing small-molecule drugs based on biological mechanisms.  He hopes to combine his interdisciplinary training and practical experience to build a research program focused on systems pharmacology and to merge tumor genomic sequencing “big data” and chemical biology to develop new drugs that overcome multi-drug resistance in cancer. Dr. Douglass’s office will be located in R.C. Wilson, Room 353, and his email is

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