Dr. Wulff’s research is focused on potassium channel pharmacology and the design of new ion channel modulating drugs and tool compounds. She has authored 160 peer-reviewed publications on voltage- and Ca2+-activated K+ channels and was ranked in the top 1% of highly cited researchers in her field in the 2018 Clarivate Analysis.
Dr. Hammock, Distinguished Professor of Entomology, UC Davis College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, is a toxicologist and bio-organic chemist with extensive experience in pharmacology. He was elected to the National Academy of Sciences for his work on immunoassays and sensors for toxins. He has directed a mass spectrometry-based analytical laboratory serving multiple NIH funded projects across the UC Davis campus for many years. He is trained in drug metabolism and has expertise in metabolomics.
Dr. Hwang obtained his PhD at the University of California, Davis, and is an accomplished medicinal chemist who has extensively worked on inhibitors of soluble epoxide hydrolase and cyclooxygenase. Dr. Hwang is generally interested in the development of small molecule inhibitors as single target and multi-target agents and their pharmacological actions to the regulation of neuroinflammation and neurodegeneration.
Dr. Nguyen obtained his PhD at the University of California, Irvine and is an accomplished electrophysiologist who has extensively worked on voltage-gated sodium and potassium channels as well as GABA-A receptor channels.
Dr. Singh obtained his PhD at the Institute of Technology, Bombay (India) in organic chemistry and is an expert on the development of novel synthetic methodologies for furans, cyclohexadienones, carbohydrates, estradiol adducts and quinolones.