People David Burger Pharmacology of antiviral drugs (HIV and HCV)

Pharmacology of antiviral drugs

This group investigates the pharmacology of antiviral drugs for the treatment of HIV and hepatitis C in special patient population such as pregnant women, children and hepatically impaired patients. We also study drug-drug interactions and the impact on exposure of new formulations of the drugs.

Research group leader

David Burger PhD
full professor

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Aims

  • To improve the healthcare of special patient populations living with HIV and/or hepatitis C
  • To set up and maintain international networks to perform these complex studies
  • To contribute to treatment guidelines of special patient populations

Setting up a European network PANNA

Our research group has set up a European network of centers that are willing and able to collect pharmacokinetic data in pregnant HIV-infected women using newly developed antiretroviral agents. go to website

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Radboud Institute for Health Sciences

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