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Center for Drug Discovery at Northeastern University - Center for Drug Discovery at Northeastern University: A Platform for Translational Biomedicine

  • https://cddneu.com/faculty/ Faculty | Center for Drug Discovery at Northeastern University - Faculty and Senior Scientists Magid Abou- Gharbia Adjunct Research Professor 215.707.4949; 732.274.4522 [email protected] Jeff Agar Professor [email protected]   Shakiru Alapafuja Adjunct 617.638.0325 [email protected] Corrine Augelli-Szafran Adjunct Associate Professor 617.525.5230 [email protected]   Hava Avraham Adjunct Professor 617.373.7041 38 HU h.a[email protected] Ali Banijamali Adjunct Professor 617.768.2653; 203.573.3220 [email protected] Jack Bergman Adjunct Associate Professor [email protected] Ray Booth, Ph.D.…
  • https://cddneu.com/postdoctoral-fellows/ Postdoctoral Fellows | Center for Drug Discovery at Northeastern University - Manjunath Lamani, Ph. D. 617.373.3125 432 MU [email protected] Han Zhou, Ph.D. 617.373.2607 12 HT [email protected]
  • https://cddneu.com/graduate-students/ Graduate Students | Center for Drug Discovery at Northeastern University - Graduate Students Mohammed Baradwan Chemistry 617.373.7620 432 MU [email protected] Daniel Felsing Pharm. Sci. 617.373.6557 211 MU [email protected] Lisa Fleischer [email protected] Chandrashekhar Honrao Pharm. Sci. 617.373.2607 12 HT [email protected] Lipin Ji Chemistry 617.373.7620 [email protected] Shan Jiang Chemistry 617.373.7620 432 MU [email protected] Brent Kochert Chemistry 617.373.7620 432 MU [email protected] Anisha Korde Pharm. Sci. 617.373.3467 12 HT [email protected]
  • https://cddneu.com/research-assistants/ Research Assistants | Center for Drug Discovery at Northeastern University - Joseph Anderson Temporary 617.435.9613 [email protected] Othman Benchama Lab Technician 617.373.2607 12 HT [email protected] Akio Ohta Temporary   617.373.5737 [email protected]
  • https://cddneu.com/administrative-staff/ Administrative Staff | Center for Drug Discovery at Northeastern University - Administrative Staff Shawntelle Dillon Assistant Director Finance and Operations 617.373.7322 [email protected] Brett Greene Administrative Assistant 617.373.2273 [email protected] David Janero, Ph.D. Deputy Director 617.373.2208 [email protected] Amanda DiCristoforo Conference & Administrative Coordinator 617.373.7866 [email protected]
  • https://cddneu.com/collaborations/ Collaborations | Center for Drug Discovery at Northeastern University - Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Experimental Medicine McLean Hospital, Harvard University, Brain Imaging Center McLean Hospital, Harvard University, Department of Psychiatry Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Wyeth Drug Discovery and Development National Hellenic Foundation Pafos Pharmaceuticals LLC Endo Pharmaceuticals University of Athens, Greece Uppsala University, Sweden University of Kuopio, Finland Chemtura Corporation Chinese Academy…
  • https://cddneu.com/about/ About the CDD | Center for Drug Discovery at Northeastern University - A Platform for Translational Biomedicine Dedicated to the discovery of novel medications and the development of approaches and technologies aimed at improving the discovery of new therapeutic drugs. The Center for Drug Discovery at Northeastern University conducts multidisciplinary research, supporting its mission to: Develop novel methodologies to improve drug discovery efficiency and success. Discover new…
  • https://cddneu.com/research/ Research | Center for Drug Discovery at Northeastern University - Major Research Areas The Endocannabinoid Biochemical System in Drug Discovery: Cannabinergic drugs modulate the central nervous and immune systems by acting through two receptors (CB1; CB2) and two classes of endogenous ligands represented by anandamide and 2-arachidonyl glycerol (endocannabinoids). The endocannabinoid system is further regulated by the inactivating enzyme, fatty acid amide hydrolase (FAAH), and…
  • https://cddneu.com/contact-2/ Contact | Center for Drug Discovery at Northeastern University - Contact Details Mailing address: Center for Drug Discovery 360 Huntington Avenue, 116 Mugar Hall Boston, MA 02115 United States of America Main Phone: 617-373-4200 Main Fax: 617-373-7493 Contact the Webmaster   Visiting the Center for Drug Discovery Location The Center for Drug Discovery is located in 116 Mugar Hall on the Northeastern University Campus. Mugar Hall…
  • https://cddneu.com/activities-and-events/ Activities and Events | Center for Drug Discovery at Northeastern University - Chemistry and Pharmacology of Drugs Abuse Conference 2017 Information to come CDD Scientific Advisory Board Meeting The Scientific Advisory Board meets with the Director of the CDD once a year, and offers guidance on the Center's long-term planning and goals. The CDD is excited to welcome Dr. Steve Gilman of CUBIST Pharmaceuticals to its Scientific…
  • https://cddneu.com/cdd-scientific-advisory-board-meeting/ CDD Scientific Advisory Board Meeting | Center for Drug Discovery at Northeastern University - The Scientific Advisory Board meets with the Director of the CDD once a year, and offers guidance on the Center's long-term planning and goals. The CDD is excited to welcome Dr. Steve Gilman of CUBIST Pharmaceuticals to its Scientific Advisory Board. Dr. Gilman will be inducted at the Board meeting on December 19, 2013. Scientific…
  • https://cddneu.com/members/ Members | Center for Drug Discovery at Northeastern University - Members A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z A Abou- Gharbia, Magid Agar, Jeff Alapafuja, Shakiru Anderson, Joseph Augelli-Szafran, Corrine Avraham, Hava B Banijamali, Ali Benchama, Othman Bergman, Jack Booth, Ray C Caine, Barak Canal, Clint Chen, Changyan D DiCristoforo, Amanda  Dillon, Shawntelle  E Engen, John G Ganapathy, Suthakar Greene, Brett  Guo, Jason  H Huang, Hongwei J Janero, David  Järbe,…
  • https://cddneu.com/2016/09/26/first-blog-post/alexandros-makriyannis/ Alexandros Makriyannis | Center for Drug Discovery at Northeastern University - Boston, Massachusetts, USA - August 16, 2010 - Alexandros Makriyannis, George D Behrakis Chair of Pharmaceutical Sciences in the Bouve College of Health Sciences at Northeastern University. PHOTO: Mary Knox Merrill

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  • Douglas R. Hofstetter - They work just fine and I'm very happy with them

    I purchased these crossbars for a 2013 Rav4. They work just fine and I'm very happy with them. Just one small issue with them, I had to adjust their length to the maximum extension for the clamps to work properly on my factory rails.

  • reggie69 - Don't bother

    Yuck. Leaves an after taste, pro ably from an artificial sweetener. The huge container was only 1/2 full and it did not provide 30 servings but 26 (yes, I scooped the whole thing out to check!)

  • Amazon Customer - Good, sturdy product but no need to lock

    Racks fit great but rubber top covers make locks useless. Pull rubber back to remove connecting hardware. A sliding metal cover that requires removal of locking end caps access connecting hardware would be more secure. Great product if you're not overly concerned with security.

  • Happy Kayaker - Expectations Exceeded

    After researching this product and reading many reviews of this product and other similar devices, I chose the Goal Zero Guide 10 Plus Adventure Kit and must say I'm glad I chose it. It's compact and its design is well thought out. It's simple to use and appears to be well built. Be sure to get a recent manufacture style because some of the earlier productions had some problems, but have been worked out in the more recent manufacture dates. I'm now planning my future purchases of products that use batteries to revolve around AA and AAA batteries so I can take full advantage of my Goal Zero.

  • Amazon Customer - Preliminary Review

    Updated from the 2009 version. All recently new and modified local roads/intersections have been updated. (The most recent local road modification was done about 18 months ago.) The only other modification to the software that I see is that MS has changed the menu icons from multicolor and eye appealing to very flat, basic two-tone blank and white. This obviously doesn't impact the functionality of the software but it just looks like a step backward.