The goal of researchers in this area is to improve the prevention and management of disease and injury in individuals.
Our research explores hypotheses and answers questions that arise in clinical practice. The focus is on enhancing the health and quality of life of individuals by optimizing the safety and effectiveness of medications. Specific areas of expertise of our researchers include clinical trials, clinical pharmacology, clinical pharmacokinetics, clinical pharmacodynamics, clinical pharmacogenomics, medication therapy management, and medication stewardship.
Congratulations to Carolyn Cummins, Lee Dupuis, Keith Pardee and Jillian Kohler on receiving the Faculty's inaugural "New Initiative and Innovation Awards".Read More
An innovative skin patch developed by researchers at the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy has the potential to prevent low blood sugar levels (hypoglycemia) in people with diabetes.Read More