Current Faculty

The Pharmacology Department at MUSC is home to dedicated, award-winning faculty, students, researchers, and staff.

 Current Faculty

 Emeritus Professors

 Students & Alumni

 Administration

Our faculty members hold 3 South Carolina Centers of Excellence Chairs, and our funded programs emphasize the department’s strengths in signaling & drug development.

Lalima Ahuja

Lalima G. Ahuja, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Protein-Phosphorylation based Signaling

 

Peggi Angel, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Systems-based Approaches to Heart Valve Development and Disease

 

Lauren E. Ball, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Role of O-GlcNAc Glycosylation in the Regulation of Insulin/IGF-1 Receptor Signal Transduction Pathways

 

Jennifer R. Bethard, M.S.
Research Associate
Mass Spectrometry

 

Joe B. Blumer, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Role of G-protein Regulatory (GPR) Proteins in Mammalian Cell Division and the Immune System

 

Nathan Dolloff, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Drug Discovery Focus in B and Plasma Cell Malignancies

 

Richard R. Drake, Jr., Ph.D.
Professor
Glycoprotein Biomarkers of Cancer and Mass Spectrometry Imaging

 

Scott T. Eblen, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Signal Transduction in Cancer Biology

 

Xueliang Gao, Ph.D.
Research Assistant Professor
Cell cycle proteins in cancer progression

 

 

Aaron Hobbs, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Currently setting up laboratory

 

Anand Mehta, D.Phil
Professor
Biomarker discovery

 

John P. O'Bryan, Ph.D.
Professor
Signal transduction, scaffold proteins, cancer, RAS, GTPases, intersectin

 

Steven A. Rosenzweig, Ph.D.
Professor
Growth Factor Dysregulation in Cancer

 

Kenneth D. Tew, Ph.D., DSc
Professor and Department Chairman
Cancer Drug Development

 

Joachim Uys, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Glutathione S-transferase pi mediated redox regulation modulates cocaine sensitivity

 

Haizhen Wang, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Cell cycle proteins in cancer progression

 

Zhiwei Ye 

Zhiwei Ye, Ph.D.
Research Assistant Professor
Redox and drug development in cancer

 

 

Jie Zhang, Ph.D.
Research Assistant Professor
Redox and drug development in cancer