Brian Collier, PhD
His pioneering discoveries played a crucial role in our understanding of how nerve cells communicate with each other. He is highly regarded as an enthusiastic teacher.
Theodore Sourkes, PhD
His research resulted in a far better understanding of Parkinson's Disease as well as the development of the first effective treatment for Parkinson's patients.
His research focused on characterizing crosstalk between myocardial Adrenoceptor subtypes, and how they modify cardiac contractility, electrophysiology, remodeling and growth. He has applied his scientific acumen to health issues in the developing world, and has also been active in many social areas such as globalization, development and peace.