Ponce Health Sciences University
George Washington University
Degree: PhD, Pharmacology.
Specialty field: Drug Metabolism and Disposition.
Dissertation: Studies on the maternal and fetal inducibility of alpha1-acid glycoprotein and cytochromes P-450.
Advisor: Dr. Fred P. Abramson
New Mexico State University
Degrees: BS, Biology. BA, Psychology.
Minors: Chemistry, English.
-Abramson FP, Moore CF Sr., Hill, MD. (1986) Medroxyprogesterone acetate does not induce cytochrome P-450 and only weakly induces alpha1-acid glyco¬protein in beagle dogs. Res Comm Chem Path Pharmacol 53: 65-78.
-Hill, MD., Craft JB Jr., and Abramson FP. (1986) Elevated plasma glyco¬proteins in sheep do not bind basic lipophilic drugs. J Pharm Sci 75: 881-882.
-Hill, MD. and Abramson FP. (1988) The significance of plasma protein binding on the fetal/maternal distribution of drugs at steady-state. Clin Pharmacokin 14: 156-170.
-Hill, MD., Briscoe PR, and Abramson FP. (1989) Anomalies in the plasma proteins that bind propranolol in sheep. In “Genetics, Biochemistry, Physiological Functions and Pharmacology of alpha1-acid glycoprotein,” P Baumann Ed., Alan Liss, New York.
-Hill, MD., Briscoe PR, and Abramson FP. (1989) Comparison of propranolol-binding plasma proteins in sheep with those in humans, dogs, and rats. Biochem Pharmacol 38: 4199-4205.