UGA College of Pharmacy Molecules:

 

Clevudine

Approved in 2006, for the treatment of chronic hepatitis B infection.

Dr. C.K. David Chu, Distinguished Research Professor, Emeritus

CRM-I-32-1, J. Warren Beach,  1998
Dr. Y. George Zheng, 2021

The molecule discovered is used as an anticancer and antiparasitic.  

Peter Reunitz, 1982
3,4-dihydro-2-methyl—4-oxo-3-o-tolylquinazoline, DeWitt Blanton, 1983
POM-L-BHDU-M

Dr. David Chu, Dr. Uma Singh

For the treatment of Shingles and recently licensed to Anterogen

 


Other molecules pictured within the timeline:

Aripiprazole

Clopidogrel

Fluticasone

Olanzapine

Rosuvastatin

Atorvastatin

Esomeprazole

Montelukast

Quetiapine

Valsartan


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