The annual Pharmacology Graduate Program Retreat is held each spring at a site outside of New York City and features talks by 3rd and 5th year graduate students and a poster session for other students and postdocs. The 2003 retreat was held on April 11-12 at the Harrison Conference Center in Glen Cove, NY. Members of the Tan Lab presented their chemical biology research on diversity-oriented synthesis and rational drug design.
Photos courtesy Prof. Lorraine Gudas

Yueming and Derek, diversity oriented synthesis, rational drug design, and chemical biology research Prof. Yueming Li and Derek enjoy the student presentations. Program co-chairmen David Scheinberg and Lorraine Gudas are in the background and foreground respectively. Justin Potuzak poster, diversity oriented synthesis, rational drug design, and chemical biology research Justin Potuzak presents his poster on spiroketal diversity-oriented synthesis to Dan Macks and Darya Bubman (Cesarman Lab) Justin Potuzak foosball, diversity oriented synthesis, rational drug design, and chemical biology research Justin demonstrates his foosball prowess Armwrestling, diversity oriented synthesis, rational drug design, and chemical biology research Prof. Samie Jaffrey fights a losing battle against Jeanne Farrell (Levin/Buck Lab)