Chief Scientist, and Deputy Director at The Wistar Institute
Dr. Rauscher is trained in molecular pharmacology, mechanisms of drug action, and molecular genetics. Currently he is Deputy Director of The Wistar Institute, the nation’s first national cancer research center.
This renowned scientist has made several outstanding contributions to cancer therapy drugs. His interests also extend to regulation of hormone production and signaling in the body, which goes awry when people experience Nocturia symptoms.
His research and analysis of how Nocturol might function were critical in explaining the details behind the drug’s three synergistic mechanisms of action. He is also the co-inventor of one of Wellesley’s patents.