Paul R Lockman
Professor, Benedum Fellow and the Mylan Endowed Chair
Dr. Lockman earned his B.S. in Nursing from West Texas A&M University, after which he practiced in intensive care, clinical toxicology and emergency medicine, then went on to earn his Ph.D. (Pharmaceutical Sciences) at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center. Dr. Lockman was an Associate Professor and Associate Dean for Outcomes Assessment and Accreditation at Texas Tech University before transitioning to West Virginia University. Currently, Dr. Lockman is the Mylan Endowed Chair of Pharmacology at West Virginia University School of Pharmacy. He also serves as an Assistant Vice of Experimental Director for Translational Research at West Virginia University . Dr. Lockman’s primary research focus is on understanding why chemotherapy has limited distribution, and ultimately fails in brain metastases of breast cancer.