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Our activities are organized across two approaches.

These take the form of collaborations, translational networks (clinic), industry and institutional interactions, Cross-training, mentoring, teaching, program leadership, involving both adjunct & affiliated members, the development of pilot projects, and recruitments (facilitate and joint recruitments)

Objectives:

  • Provide leadership opportunities
  • Increase intra-and inter-program/division collaborations, resulting in joint publications and grants
  • Increase collaborations with basic science and clinical departments at UCSD and our partner institutions
  • Provide cross-training, mentoring, and teaching opportunities
  • Attract the best students and faculty candidates (a magnet for talent and diversity)
  • Increase funding opportunities, including working with development
  • Enhance our interactions with local biotechsand industry
  • Increase the translational potential of our discoveries, bringing the benefits of our findings to the patients, and respond to the needs of our catchment area



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Our department has consistently ranked in the top 2 and Top 3 across all Pharmacology departments in total NIH funding throughout the last decade.