Harper Cancer Research Institute | May 18, 2015
Rich Taylor, a member of the University of Notre Dame faculty since 1995, is a professor of chemistry and biochemistry in the College of Science. Taylor, who also serves as associate vice president for research at the University, has recently been appointed as interim director of the Warren Family Research Center for Drug Discovery and Development.
The Warren Family Research Center for Drug Discovery and Development is focused on the discovery and development of new therapeutic leads for the treatment of unmet clinical needs in cancer; diseases such as malaria, tuberculosis, MRSA, stroke and Alzheimer’s; and rare and neglected diseases, such as Niemann-Pick Type C and NGLY1 deficiency. The collaborative program brings together chemical and biological expertise and technologies through partnerships with researchers in centers and institutes across campus and the country.
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