Within the MiniPharma Undergraduate program there are three collaborating laboratories working to create, in real-time, pharmaceutical molecules with biological activity.
- The Romo Lab, led by Prof. Daniel Romo, is a total synthesis laboratory focused on developing molecules with affective biological activity.
- The Taube Lab, led by Prof. Joseph Taube, is a biological assay laboratory that is focused on confirming the biological activity of certain molecules (principly those with anti-carcinogenic properties).
- The Shuford Lab, led by Prof. Kevin Shufford, is a structural chemistry laboratory that focuses on creating desirable visualizations of molecules and biological agents.
Together, these three labs working in conjunction to create the most realistic pharmaceutical development experience for interested and hardworking undergraduate students.
Using the submenu links above, you can preview images taken from each respective lab.