Dominic DʼAgostino

Professor and Research Scientist

Dominic D’Agostino, Ph.D., has maintained involvement in a vast array of professional, academic and personal endeavors. As an Associate Professor with tenure at the University of South Florida, Dom teaches students of the Morsani College of Medicine and the Department of Molecular Pharmacology and Physiology, with a focus on such topics as neuropharmacology, medical biochemistry, physiology, neuroscience, and neuropharmacology. He is also a Research Scientist at the Institute for Human and Machine Cognition (IHMC) to assist with their efforts towards optimizing the safety, health and resilience of the warfighter and astrona

Book Recommendations


Cancer as a Metabolic Disease

by Thomas N. Seyfried

But if you want a really good kind of description of, I guess, cancer as a metabolic disease, the science, the history, I mean, it’s really well written. Tom did − he’s a collaborator of mine. He worked a lot on that book, and it shows, so that book.

Dominic DʼAgostino, source
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Tripping Over the Truth

by Travis Christofferson

I’ve given that book, probably bought seven or eight copies of that book over the last year and given it away. And everybody has come back to me and said that book was fantastic. I mean, not only is it informative, but Travis is an unbelievable gifted writer.

Dominic DʼAgostino, source

The Language of God

by Francis S. Collins

The Language of God, it really inspired me because I had no idea that a scientist of his stature could have such a devout faith. I gave The Language of God to some of my friends, and they really enjoyed it, so that would be one.

Dominic DʼAgostino, source

Personal Power

by Anthony Robbins

Yeah, Personal Power. So I bought the book too. And I liked it so much, I bought it and I gave it to all my lifting buddies. And they went off to college and everything, and years later, two of them contacted me and they’re, like, you know that book you gave me? It changed my life.I did better in college and everything.

Dominic DʼAgostino, source