Andrew Patterson receives National Institutes of Health funding for Optimized Metabolite Extraction, Separation, and Identification for Metabolomics project
Patterson and Perdew receive Gates Foundation Grant
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Message from the Director
Welcome to the CMTC web page. The Center was formed in 1997 to develop and expand programs in toxicology and carcinogenesis at Penn State University. Over the past ten years the Center has fostered the development of graduate and undergraduate programs in toxicology. This was accomplished by the hiring of outstanding faculty, post-doctoral fellows, coupled with the recruitment of highly qualified students. In 2004 we moved into a new state-of-the-art research building with modern core facilities, including; Bioinformatics Consulting Center, Center for Computational Genomics, Center for Quantitative Cell Analysis (flow cytometry, confocal microscopy, etc), DNA Microarray Facility and Transgenic Mouse Facility. Support for the CMTC is provided from a variety of sources including Penn State Institutes for Energy and the Environment, grants from industry and the National Institutes of Health.
Overall goals of the Center are:
Students and post-doctoral fellows work closely with faculty and staff to develop strong research programs that lead to publications in world-class journals. Students present their work at national and international meetings. Research within the Center involves a number of disciplines such as biochemistry, pharmacology, toxicology, and oncology. Graduates have moved on to faculty positions at institutions such as the University of Kentucky and the University of Adelaide, and research scientist positions at companies such as Merck, Schering Plough, and Monsanto. Also, many graduates have decided to continue their education by moving on to post-doctoral positions at institutions such as Harvard University, National Cancer Institute, M.D. Anderson, National Institutes of Environmental Health Sciences and University of Wisconsin. We hope that you enjoy visiting our web site. Please don't hesitate to contact individual faculty if you are interested in our research or teaching programs.
Gary H. Perdew, Ph.D.