The work done in our Translational Pharmacology Research Core (TPRC) is designed to facilitate and expedite the translation of pre-clinical and development research into approved drugs with real-world benefits.
UB’s New York State Center of Excellence in Bioinformatics & Life Sciences (CBLS) has established the interdisciplinary TPRC within its developing research infrastructure. To date, TPRC has received funding from the National Institutes of Health, including:
Visit the Translational Pharmacology Core website to learn how we facilitate and expedite the translation of theoretical research into approved drugs.
TPRC is designed to foster collaboration and advance innovation at multiple stages of drug development, including:
The core’s work is wide-ranging, but emphasizes:
Contributing to the development of new therapeutics, diagnostics and devices is a central goal of the program, which works with corporate partners to foster the goals of commercialization and regional economic development.
Associate Director, Scientific Operations and Industry Engagement