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Arash Bashirullah, PhD
Associate Professor
Bashirullah Lab: Tissue Remodeling During Post-Embryonic Development

Dr. Bashirullah’s work falls within the Drug Action area of the Pharmaceutical Sciences Division. His research interests are focused on how tissues are remodeled after embryogenesis. Current projects include the role of caspases during tissue remodeling, regulation of explosive tissue growth, and post-transcriptional control of hormone action.

Learn more at the Bashirullah Lab website >

Featured News


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June 24, 2016

Legenza develops antibiotic resistance survey for physicians

UW-Madison School of Pharmacy Global Health Fellow Laurel Legenza, identified a gap in the functionality of antibiotic resistant data and resources in Wisconsin. Antibiotic resistance is a growing global threat that has been highlighted nationally this month with the identification of an E. coli strain resistant to the last resort drug colistin and the Combating… Read More

 
A "W" crest banner flies on Bascom Hill against blue sky and puffy clouds during spring. ©UW-Madison University Communications Photo by: Jeff Miller

June 23, 2016

School selected as site for NACDS national training tour

Pharmacy Practice Division faculty  Andrea Porter, associate professor (CHS) Susanne Barnette, assistant professor (CHS), and Casey Gallimore, associate professor (CHS), will serve as hosts for the National Association of Chain Drug Stores (NACDS) national tour that trains pharmacists to train their colleagues in administering point-of-care testing in community pharmacies.… Read More

 
Dr. Sandro Mecozzi (left) and Dr. Michael Taylor (right).

June 16, 2016

Mecozzi and Taylor awarded NIH R21 grant to explore fluorous nanoemulsions

Sandro Mecozzi, associate professor, will serve as Principal Investigator and Michael Taylor, assistant professor, Co-Investigator for a NIH R21 grant to develop biomaterials used to produce nanoemulsions that will allow the consistent and precise delivery of medically relevant amounts of antibiotics, antifungal and anticancer agents.… Read More

 
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Upcoming Events


August 25
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Orientation for all new SoP MS and PhD students

General orientation for all new graduate students.… Read More

August 26
9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
Pharmaceutical Sciences Graduate Student Orientation

Payroll & benefits information, Pharmaceutical Sciences faculty research presentations, and more.… Read More

August 29
7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Class of 2020 PharmD Orientation – Day 1

Orientation Day #1 for new PharmD students.… Read More

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