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Innovative leadership and teaching in the optimization of drug therapy

Groundbreaking and critical research is conducted in the Department of Experimental and Clinical Pharmacology. Our faculty are renowned experts in pharmacogenomics, neuropharmacology, drug metabolism, pharmacometrics, and specific therapeutic areas.

Within the department there is a diverse portfolio of supported research projects with funding from government, corporate, and foundation sources. Faculty members regularly present important findings at national and international conferences, lecture and collaborate across the country, and hold leadership positions in national organizations.

Our graduate program offers M.S. and PhD degrees in an innovative, interdisciplinary program that trains students of the highest caliber to conduct research encompassing methodology from basic and clinical pharmacology perspectives.

Additionally, ECP faculty contribute significantly to the education of pharmacy students in the College’s professional program through didactic instruction, laboratory experiences, clerkships and clinical rotations.

Center for Orphan Drug Research

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The Center for Orphan Drug Research is improving the care of individuals suffering from rare diseases.

PUMA-IPM

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Pathway Driven Pharmaco- genomics U of M Alliance Institute of Personalized Medicine educates and trains health care providers and patients to interpret and apply pharmacogenomics in clinical practice.