gorelickAssistant Professor

Areas of Interest
Environmental endocrine disrupting compounds and embryonic development

PubMed

Biography

Dan received his BA in music from the University of Pennsylvania in 1997. He received his PhD in Cellular and Molecular Medicine in 2005 working in the lab of Peter Agre at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Dan was an NIH-NRSA postdoctoral fellow at the Carnegie Institution for Science, Department of Embryology, in the lab of Marnie Halpern. In 2008-2009, Dan worked as a science adviser in the US Department of State as a AAAS Science and Technology Policy Fellow. He joined the Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology at UAB in 2012.

Education

Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Postdoctoral Fellowships
Postdoctoral Fellow, Carnegie Institution for Science

Contact

Office Location
Volker Hall 254

Phone
205-934-4565

Email
danielg@uab.edu

Integrating diverse basic and translational scientific investigations around common research interests

The Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology (a Joint Health Sciences or JHS Department in the School of Medicine) has been integral to the scientific, clinical and educational missions of the University of Alabama at Birmingham, since the medical center in Birmingham was established in 1945. The disciplines of pharmacology and toxicology span basic mechanisms of drug discovery, action, metabolism and distribution, along with studies of the therapeutic or adverse effects that chemicals/drugs have on biological systems.

Research

Pharmacology and toxicology are unique disciplines in biomedical research that serve to translate basic science findings into preclinical and clinical investigations and practice.

Education

Our goal is to provide rigorous, evidence-based teaching and training to our students, fellows and post-docs in the lab, in workshops and in the classroom.

Clinical

Clinical pharmacology offers a unique opportunity to combine the basic and clinical research efforts of multiple departments and centers across the medical school to focus on the development and clinical use of drugs.