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Cancer & Immuno Pharmacology

Research efforts in cancer pharmacology focus on uncovering the cellular and molecular underpinnings of cancer, and to harness this knowledge to identify and develop novel anti-cancer targets and therapeutic strategies.  This work includes understanding inflammation and immune mechanisms to manipulate the immune system in the treatment of diseases like cancer.

Our efforts bridge the fields of molecular carcinogenesis, biochemical and molecular pharmacology, immunology, radiation oncology, and clinical pharmacology. Our research programs are highly collaborative with the U-M Medical School Department of Radiation Oncology and with the Rogel Cancer Center, an NCI-designated comprehensive cancer center.

Kyoung E. Lee Kyoung E Lee
Assistant Professor of Pharmacology
Michelle Hastings Michelle L Hastings
Pfizer Upjohn Research Professor of Pharmacology
Professor of Pharmacology
Professor of Medicinal Chemistry
College of Pharmacy
Manoj Puthenveedu Manoj Puthenveedu
Professor of Pharmacology
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Raymond W Ruddon Collegiate Professor of Cancer Biology and Pharmacology
Professor of Pharmacology
Professor of Cell and Developmental Biology
Research Professor, Life Sciences Institute
headshot of Greg Tall Gregory G Tall
Associate Professor of Pharmacology
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Research Investigator
Judith Leopold Judith Leopold
Research Professor, Neurology
Research Professor, Pharmacology
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Assistant Professor of Pharmacology