Daniel Harki Awarded Northrop Professorship

Minneapolis, Minn.
Feb. 19, 2020

Daniel Harki, PhD, has been awarded the Northrop Professorship at the University of Minnesota. According to the University provost’s letter of appointment states this professorship “was created to recognize field-shaping faculty who have made significant advances in their careers and whose national and international work has helped define the trajectory of one or more academic fields. It recognizes those whose accomplishments have brought renown and prestige to the University of Minnesota and who thus add luster to the University by their presence.”

Dr. Harki is an associate professor in the Department of Medicinal Chemistry. His research laboratory focuses on the discovery of novel small molecules for applications in cancer research as mechanistic probes and potential therapeutics.

 

Contact: 

The College of Pharmacy, pharm@umn.edu

The University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy, the only school of pharmacy in Minnesota, offers its program on the Twin Cities and Duluth campuses. Founded in 1892, the College of Pharmacy educates pharmacists and scientists and engages in research and practice to improve the health of the people of Minnesota and society. The college is part of the health sciences, which are home to the University of Minnesota’s six health professional schools and colleges as well as several health-related centers and institutes.