Pharmacology and Toxicology

Boonshoft School of Medicine program director recognized as a global woman icon

Terry Oroszi, director of graduate programs in the Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology, will receive the Woman Icon award for 2020, part of the third edition of the iWoman Global Awards. Continue reading

Wright State to collaborate with Air Force on testing for COVID-19 antibodies

The study involves researchers from the 711th Human Performance Wing, Courtney Sulentic, an associate professor of the Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology; and Mateen Rizki, chair of computer science and engineering. Continue reading

Wright State to offer Clinical Trials Coordination concentration for master’s students

The Clinical Trials Coordination concentration offers a foundation in clinical research focusing on improving global health and protecting the welfare of research participants. Continue reading

Wright State employees honored for excellence

Wright State University has recognized select staff and faculty members for their vital contributions to the university. Continue reading

Presidential Award for Faculty Excellence: Early Career Achievement

Ji Bihl

Part of the series: Faculty Awards for Excellence 2018-19

Ji Bihl’s leadership, research experience and kindhearted demeanor make her an invaluable member of the Boonshoft School of Medicine. Continue reading

Studies on muscle disease, high blood pressure and phone addiction are among top research stories of 2019

From muscle diseases to high blood pressure to phone addiction, Wright State University faculty and students have pursued important research endeavors. Continue reading

Medical school professor presents research at National Security Agency meeting

Terry Oroszi, assistant professor of pharmacology and toxicology, regularly gives presentations on her research into domestic terrorism. Continue reading

Extreme behavior

Wright State researchers Terry Oroszi and David Ellis offer identifying characteristics of American terrorists in their new book

New book seeks to halt the recruitment of American citizens by terror organizations as well as to identify the common traits of terrorists. Continue reading

Medical school researcher earns more than $3 million in grant funding to study vascular diseases

Ji Chen Bihl, assistant professor of pharmacology and toxicology, is working to unlock better treatments for ischemic stroke and reveal the intricacies of microvesicles and exosomes. Continue reading

Damage control

Wright State toxicology researcher Michael Kemp awarded up to $1.48 million to study DNA damage

Research by Michael Kemp, research assistant professor in the Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology, may help improve cancer therapies. Continue reading