The Center for Cancer Pharmacology is a Type I center within the Department of Systems Pharmacology and Translational Therapeutics. It was established in June 1997 with Dr. Ian Blair as its first director. The Center is based in the Biomedical Research Building II/III with 2,000 nsf of laboratory space and 100 nsf of administrative space. The laboratory is equipped with three triple quadrupole mass spectrometers and an ion trap mass spectrometer for state-of-the-art biomedical analysis. The availability of this instrumentation allows both quantitative and structural determinations to be performed in support of Center Investigators. There are some forty members of the Center located in space designated by their particular departments. Investigators comprise a multidisciplinary group with expertise in molecular pharmacology, analytical pharmacology, molecular oncology, clinical pharmacology, clinical medicine, clinical pharmacokinetics and pharmacokinetic modeling.
CCP Education and Training
- » Pharmacology Faculty Advisor for Cancer Pharmacology track
- » Overview of requirements
- » Strongly recommended elective courses
- » Recommended elective courses
- » Curriculum Course Description
- » Application for the NCI Multidisciplinary Cancer Pharmacology Training Program
Center for Cancer Pharmacology
857 Biomedical Research Building
421 Curie Boulevard
Philadelphia, PA 19104-6160
(215) 573-9885 Ph.
(215) 573-9889 Fax