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An international society has honored a Manchester University professor of pharmaceutical sciences for outstanding contributions to the teaching of undergraduate students in toxicology.
Sidhartha D. Ray, Ph.D., has received the 2013 Society of Toxicology's Undergraduate Educator Award.
Professor Ray has more than 28 years of academic experience in pharmacy teaching and research, training undergraduate and graduate students in toxicology.
“Dr. Ray is both a dedicated teacher and a formidable scientist who passionately teaches his students how to be lifelong learners,” said the Society of Toxicology in announcing the honor. For Manchester's four-year professional Doctor of Pharmacy program, he teaches toxicology, medical microbiology and immunology.
Professor Ray is internationally recognized for his research on cell death, particularly the toxicity of acetaminophen and other drugs and chemicals on cells in the liver and kidneys.
Members of the Society of Toxicology are practicing toxicologists and scientists from allied disciplines who are dedicated to enhancing human, animal and environmental health. More about Dr. Sidhartha Ray.