Robert Raffa

Robert Raffa nsIn thermodynamics, Robert B. Raffa (c.1949-) is an American pharmacological engineer notable for being one of the primary founders of the field of drug-receptor thermodynamics, for his work on the subject beginning in 1980.

Education
Raffa has completed five degrees: a BS in chemical engineering and a BS in physiological psychology (1971), at the University of Delaware, a MS in biomedical engineering (1979), at Drexel University, a PhD in pharmacology (1982), at Temple University School of Medicine, and a MS in toxicology (1986), at Thomas Jefferson University. [2]

References
1. (a) Robert B. Raffa – Temple University School of Pharmacy.
(b) Raffa, Robert B. (1999). “Extra(thermodynamics) of the Drug-Receptor Interaction”, Life Sciences, Vol. 65, No. 10, pgs. 967-80 (14).
(c) Raffa, Robert B. (2001). Drug-Receptor Thermodynamics - Introduction and Applications. New York: John Wiley & Sons.
(d) Raffa, Robert B. (1980). Drug-Receptor Thermodynamics - Introduction and Applications (paperback). New York.
2. Robert Raffa – Curriculum vitae.

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