Trevor Sweatman, PhD

  • Associate Professor Pharmacology
  • Associate Professor Medical Education

Trevor Sweatman, PhDResearch Interests

Despite the promise that gene therapy holds for certain human conditions, drug therapy will continue to provide the most significant patient benefit for the foreseeable future. Nevertheless, there will remain a strong impetus for 1, new delivery techniques for the existing chemotherapeutics, and 2, the development of new mechanistically novel drug therapies.

Whether employed alone or in combinatorial treatment regimens, anthracycline antitumor agents such as doxorubicin (Adriamycin®), the prototypical agent, remain amongst the most effective drugs for certain malignancies.

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