Treating cancer and other diseases in novel ways. Discovering a new antibiotic. Understanding why people become successful. These groundbreaking research achievements are among the accomplishments of six faculty members who have been recognized for the high rate at which their papers have been cited by other researchers.
Following a recent panel recommendation, the Food and Drug Administration is likely to approve the first-ever gene-altering cancer treatment. What does this mean for patients and for the field of drug development? Mansoor Amiji, University Distinguished Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences, weighs in.