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Web Server is the Department of Pharmacology web site. It is run by Mr Abbi Abbioui (Webmaster), the content is maintained by Dr Antonio Ciruela (Web Technician). All comments can be sent to webmaster(add:@) The server uses Apache 2 web server software, the website has been tested with:

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The content of this website has been approved by the Department academic web pages co-ordinator, currently is Dr Hendrik Van Veen apart from the following sections:

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Dr Margit Müller

Feb 03, 2015

Dr Margit Müller, one of our Research Associates, awarded a 3-year 2015 Herchel Smith Postdoctoral Research Fellowship...

Novel breast cancer gene found

Jan 09, 2015

Novel breast cancer gene found BCL11A is a triple-negative breast cancer gene with critical functions in stem and progenitor cells - Khaled, WT, Lee SC et al...

Dr Belin - FENS-Kavli Network of Excellence

Dec 19, 2014

David Belin has been selected as one of the 20 first scholars of the FENS-Kavli Network of Excellence.

Celebrations of the man who is the "living embodiment of pharmacology in the UK".

Nov 25, 2014

Pharmacology and moorhens: Dr Brian Callingham 50 years at Cambridge celebrated ...

The naked mole-rat on BBC Look East

Nov 19, 2014

Dr Smith and Dr Khaled have been interviewed about cancer resistance in the naked mole-rat ...

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Example of publications

Khaled, WT, Lee SC et al. (2015) BCL11A is a triple-negative breast cancer gene with critical functions in stem and progenitor cells. Nature Communications doi: 10.1038/ncomms6987

Lewin, G. R., Lechner, S. G. and Smith, E. St. J. (2014). Nerve growth factor and nociception: from experimental embryology to new analgesic therapy. Handb Exp Pharmacol, 220, 251-82.