Seminars play a vital role in the scientific life of the Division of Clinical Pharmacology. Faculty, fellows, graduate students, and professionals in the field all participate in a variety of seminars, conferences, slide presentations, and lectures sponsored by the Division. In addition to fellow, student and faculty speakers, all seminar series regularly feature speakers from outside of the Division, including experts from renowned medical centers, universities, and corporate laboratories. Seminars are held on Tuesdays from 11:00 a.m.-12:00 noon in the Clinical Pharmacology conference room, W7120.
- IU Division of Clinical Pharmacology Seminars and Indiana Institute for Personalized Medicine Seminars
- Personalized Therapeutics is the use of genetic data and information about multiple possible biomakers to stratify disease and tailor therapy for an individual patient or particular sub-set of the total population. Personalized therapeutics makes it possible to administer the appropriate drug at the appropriate dose to the appropriate patient at the appropriate time. This seminar series focuses on scientific research findings relevant to personalized medicine. Each week participating faculty from the Personalized Therapeutics Group present topics relating to the emergence and impact of personalized medicine.
- IU Division of Clinical Pharmacology Weekly Journal Club Schedule
- Fellows present manuscripts and recently published papers of general clinical pharmacology interest for criticism and review. Copies of the papers will be available in the Clinical Pharmacology Administrative Office. Meetings are on Fridays from 8:30-10:00 a.m. in the Clinical Pharmacology conference room, W7120.
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