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Focus areas Tamoxifen pharmacogenetics.
Location Rochester, Minnesota Contact firstname.lastname@example.org Clinical Profile SUMMARY Pharmacogenetics of antihypertensive drug response.
As director of the Genotyping Shared Resource, I also participate in a number of research projects including Parkinson's Disease, Vaccine Research, Addiction and Pharmacogenetics.
Among these are pharmacogenetics of gemcitabine metabolzing genes and collecting and analyzing circulating tumor cells from patients.
Focus areas Pathophysiology and treatment of irritable bowel syndrome Gastroesophageal reflux and mechanisms linking it to chronic cough and asthma Effects of race, ethnicity, gender and stress on FGIDs Better physiological phenotyping of patients wi...
Focus areas Pharmacogenetics of tamoxifen.
Patent No. 7026163 — Sulfotransferase Sequence Variants, 2006 Member — American Medical Informatics Association, Clinical Pharmacogenetics Implementation Consortium, HL7 Clinical Genomics, International Society for Comput...
The study of genetic polymorphisms associated with gastrointestinal traits and obesity therapy, known as pharmacogenetics and novel pharmacotherapeutics, are a major focus of Dr.
Pharmacogenetics and novel pharmacotherapeutics.
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