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Solomon T. Garner, Jr..

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Faculty RankStaff
InstitutionJackson State University
DepartmentRCMI Center for Health Disparities Resear
Address1400 John R.. Lynch Street
Jackson MS 39217
Phone6019790332
Fax6019790338
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    Dr. Solomon T. Garner, Jr, the RTRN Director of Research Resources and Research Networking (R3N), is a development scientist with experience in new venture/start-ups, academia and laboratory management. He holds M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Pharmacy (Medicinal Chemistry and Pharmaceutics) from the University of Georgia. He leads the team that is currently working with each RCMI PI/Director and other personnel at each institution implementing the eagle-i Resource Discovery Networking Tool (RDNT). Dr. Garner also facilitates and maintains RTRN Profiles use across RCMI institutions. Dr. Garner trains RCMI researchers on the use research resources and research networking tools within the network. As the Director of R3N Division, he works closely with internal stakeholders managing research resources and research networking activities to meet RTRN’s goals and objectives.

    The RCMI Centers that comprise RTRN have established significant scientific resources which are available to support scientific research. Many of these resources are invisible to most of the researchers across the network. The eagle-i resource discovery networking tool provides the opportunity to make these resources visible and therefore available to all RCMI researchers.

    The DCC Research Resources and Research Networking Division provides access to eagle-i Resource Discovery Networking Tool (RDNT) and Profiles Research Networking System (RNS) through the RTRN website.

    The expected end-results will be a greater number of translational research outcomes which includes publications, grant applications, patents, clinical/non-clinical studies and/or new therapies.

    Research Resources
    • Provide access and training for the eagle-i Resource Discovery Networking Tool (RDNT)
    • To inventory all RCMI core resources and other resources types

    Research Networking
    • Provide access and training for the Profiles Research Networking System (RNS)
    • To work closely with the RCMI community to have 100% participation in the Profiles Research Networking System

    Potential Outcomes
    • Find experts
    • Find resource holders
    • Find collaborators
    • Find hidden assets
    • Establish new relationships
    • Achieve research objectives



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    1. Ofili EO, Tchounwou PB, Fernandez-Repollet E, Yanagihara R, Akintobi TH, Lee JE, Malouhi M, Garner ST, Hayes TT, Baker AR, Dent AL, Abdelrahim M, Rollins L, Chang SP, Sy A, Hernandez BY, Bullard PL, Noel RJ, Shiramizu B, Hedges JR, Berry MJ, Bond VC, Lima MF, Mokuau N, Kirken RA, Cruz-Correa M, Sarpong DF, Vadgama J, Yates C, Kahn SA, Soliman KF, Perry G, Pezzano M, Luciano CA, Barnett ME, Oyekan A, Kumar D, Norris KC. The Research Centers in Minority Institutions (RCMI) Translational Research Network: Building and Sustaining Capacity for Multi-Site Basic Biomedical, Clinical and Behavioral Research. Ethn Dis. 2019; 29(Suppl 1):135-144. PMID: 30906162.
      Citations: 1     Fields:    Translation:Humans
    2. Thakare M, Israel B, Garner S, Ahmed H, Elder D, Capomacchia A. Nonionic surfactant structure on the drug release, formulation and physical properties of ethylcellulose microspheres. Pharm Dev Technol. 2017 May; 22(3):418-425. PMID: 27499352.
      Citations: 1     Fields:    Translation:Cells
    3. Capomacchia; Anthony C. (Bishop, GA), Garner, Jr.; Solomon T. (New Orleans, LA), Beach; J. Warren (Hoschton, GA) . Glucosamine and glucosamine/anti-inflammatory mutual prodrugs, compositions, and method. 2013. View Publication.
    4. Ahmed, Hisham Hassan, Emad Raza, Jasim Israel, Bridgette Thakare, Mohan Garner, S. Elder, Deborah Capomacchia, A. . American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientist Annual Meeting and Exposition 2012 Poster Session. Characterization of Chitosan Films for Construction of Wound Healing Bandages. 2012. View Publication.
    5. Thakare M, Israel B, Garner ST, Ahmed H, Garner P, Elder D, Price JC, Capomacchia AC. Formulation parameters and release mechanism of theophylline loaded ethyl cellulose microspheres: effect of different dual surfactant ratios. Pharm Dev Technol. 2013 Sep-Oct; 18(5):1213-9. PMID: 21991996.
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    6. Capomacchia; Anthony C. (Bishop, GA), Garner, Jr.; Solomon T. (New Orleans, LA), Beach; J. Warren (Hoschton, GA) . Glucosamine and glucosamine/anti-inflammatory mutual prodrugs, compositions, and methods. 2011. View Publication.
    7. Israel B, Garner ST, Thakare M, Elder D, Abney T, Azadi P, Beach JW, Price JC, Ahmed H, Capomacchia AC. Transdermal permeation of novel n-acetyl-glucosamine/NSAIDs mutual prodrugs. Pharm Dev Technol. 2012 Jan-Feb; 17(1):48-54. PMID: 20858066.
      Citations: 1     Fields:    Translation:AnimalsCells
    8. Collier JW, Thakare M, Garner ST, Israel B, Ahmed H, Granade S, Strong DL, Price JC, Capomacchia AC. Accelerated dissolution testing for controlled release microspheres using the flow-through dissolution apparatus. Pharm Dev Technol. 2009; 14(1):9-17. PMID: 18785078.
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    9. Garner ST, Israel BJ, Achmed H, Capomacchia AC, Abney T, Azadi P. Transdermal permeability of N-acetyl-D-glucosamine. Pharm Dev Technol. 2007; 12(2):169-74. PMID: 17510888.
      Citations:    Fields:    Translation:AnimalsCells
    10. Solomon T. Garner, Jr. PHARMACEUTICAL PREFORMULATION- OSTEOARTHRITIS THERAPY VIA TWO DRUG DELIVERY APPLICATIONS: THE MUTUAL PRODRUG AND THE TRANSDERMAL DELIVERY OF A WELL-KNOWN NUTRACEUTICAL, GLUCOSAMINE. 2005. View Publication.
    11. A.C. Capomacchia, Solomon T. Garner. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education. Challenges of Recruiting American Minority Students. The Coach Model. 2004; 4(68).
    12. Yuguo Jiao, Edward Valente, Solomon T. Garner, Xiaotang Wang, Hongtao Yu . Tetrahedron Letters -. Unexpected thermal rearrangement of N-alkoxycarbonyl imidazole acryl azides to imidazo[1,5- c]pyrimidinone or imidazo[4,5- c]pyridinone. 2002; 43(33):5879-5881. View Publication.
    13. Solomon T. Garner, Jr. The Synthesis of 1-[3-C-cyano-2, 3-Dideoxy-ß-L-glycero-pent-2-enofuranosyl]thymine; 1-[2-C-cyano-2, 3-Dideoxy- ß -L-glycero-pent-2-enofuranosyl]thymine and 1-(3-C-Cyano-3-deoxy- ß -L-arabino-pentofuranosyl]thymine and ComputationalStudies of 1-[2-C-cyano-2-deoxy-1-ß-D-arabinofuranosyl]cytosine. 2001. View Publication.
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