The Karen Gale Memorial Lectureship for Outstanding Women in Neuroscience
Named for Dr. Karen Gale, a faculty member in the Department of Pharmacology & Physiology for 25 years, in recognition of her advocacy and passion for the advancement of women in science.
The Stephen and Mary Krop Lectureship in Pharmacology
Named for Dr. Stephen Krop who studied Pharmacology at Georgetown prior to earning his doctorate at Cornell, and went on to become Chief of the Drug Pharmacology Branch of the FDA, where he served until his retirement.
The Theodore Koppanyi Lectureship in Pharmacology
Named for Dr. Theodore Koppanyi, who was appointed Chairman of Pharmacology in 1932. This lecture series was organized by his students and friends in 1981 to honor his legacy of teaching and research at Georgetown.
The Frank G. Standaert Lectureship in Pharmacology
Named for Dr. Frank Standaert, who succeeded Dr. Theodore Koppanyi as chair of the department in 1967. He served as chair until 1986.