The Jarvi laboratory currently has two main areas of investigation: avian pathogens and rat lungworm disease.
Associate Professor Juarez’s research focuses on medication adherence, cost-effectiveness of cardiovascular interventions, and health disparities, particularly involving Asian and Pacific Americans.
Professor Morris’s research is widely recognized for its contributions to modernizing dosage form development in the pharmaceutical industry.
Assistant Professor Dana-Lynn Koomoa at the Daniel K. Inouye College of Pharmacy in Hilo is investigating the role of novel proteins in the malignant progression of cancer.
Assistant Professor Jacobs’s research is currently focusing on the role of the transcription factor HSF1 in cancer. His goal is to identify HSF1-regulated genes and evaluate their significance in human disease.
Assistant Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences Dianqing Sun’s development of novel anti-TB agents may have the potential to overcome the cross resistance that occurs with current clinically used TB drugs.
Assistant Professsor Connelly studies the molecular basis of primary tumor growth and metastasis.
Assistant Chougule’s research is focused on delivery of chemotherapeutic agents using targeted nanoparticles to improve the anticancer efficacy and minimizing the associated adverse side effects.
Much of his Associate Professor Bachmann’s research is providing new insights into neuroblastoma and other pediatric forms of cancer.