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Clinical Pharmacology

The clinical research focus of the Clinical Pharmacology division is on genetics and non-genetic mechanisms of inter-individual variability in drug effects, and encompass a broad range of areas, including cardiology, nephrology, obstetrics, reproductive endocrinology, hematology/oncology, medical oncology, GI/hepatology and infectious disease.

Research

Research

Faculty clinical pharmacologists within the Department of Medicine conduct basic, translational and clinical research designed to improve understanding and predicting therapeutic drug responses.
Clinical Care

Clinical Care

The ultimate goal of faculty clinical pharmacologists at IU School of Medicine is to personalize drug therapy by optimizing beneficial effects, while minimizing adverse effects and cost.
Fellowship

Fellowship

The Clinical Pharmacology specialty team offers a fellowship program that provides research opportunities in outstanding clinical and informatics centers at IU School of Medicine under the guidance of a vigorous group of well-funded faculty.

Drug Interaction Database

The Flockhart Table™ is a cytochrome P450 drug-interaction reference tool focused on the human cytochrome P450 system. The information presented in this drug-interaction table is intended as general health information and as an educational tool. It is not intended as medical advice. Only a physician, pharmacist or other healthcare professional should advise a patient on medical issues and should do so using a medical history and other factors identified and documented as part of the health professional/patient relationship.

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