The discipline of clinical pharmacology deals with the study of medications in humans and their effective, safe and economic use in patients. It bridges the gap between science and the practice of medicine through innovative research, development and regulation of medications. Since 1986, the Division of Clinical Pharmacology in the Department of Medicine at Indiana University School of Medicine remains at the forefront of advancing the science of clinical pharmacology, translational medicine and therapeutics for the benefit of patients.
Faculty clinical pharmacologists within the Department of Medicine conduct basic, translational and clinical research designed to improve understanding and predicting therapeutic drug responses.Learn More
The division is focused on genetic and non-genetic mechanisms of inter-individual variability in drug effects. Broad research efforts encompass cardiology, nephrology, obstetrics, reproductive endocrinology, hematology/ oncology, GI/hepatology and infectious disease.Learn More
The Division of Clinical Pharmacology offers a fellowship program as well as graduate-level courses for learners seeking in-depth training in the drug discovery and development process.Learn More
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