The Sartor Lab utilizes behavioral, pharmacological, epigenetic, and cell type-specific analyses to investigate the neurobiological mechanisms underlying substance use disorder.

RECENT NEWS

September 21, 2020Dr. Bahal (PI) and Dr. Sartor (Co-I) are awarded the NIDA (U18) “Step Up for Substance Use Disorders (SUD): A Drug Target Initiative for Scientists Engaged in Fundamental Research" grant!

September 9, 2020: Congrats to Dr. Mandakini Singh on her recently accepted paper! “BET bromodomains as novel epigenetic targets for brain health and disease”  

June 10, 2020:  Robert Mownn (pharmacy student) receives the 2020 AFPE Gateway Award. Congrats Robert!

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The Sartor Lab

Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences

School of Pharmacy

University of Connecticut

69 North Eagleville Road

Storrs, CT 06269-3092

Email: gregory.sartor@uconn.edu

Phone: 860-486-3655