Discover some of our research that is related to pharmacy.
Pharmacology of anti-tuberculosis drugs
Rob Aarnoutse's research group investigates the pharmacology of existing and new drugs for tuberculosis, using a translational approach that extends from molecular pharmacology to clinical pharmacology studies and to clinical trials, supported by advanced laboratory and modeling techniques.
Pharmacology of antiviral drugs (HIV and HCV)
David Burger's 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 drug-formulations.
Radboud applied pharmacometrics
Rob ter Heine's and Elin Svensson's research group develops and applies mathematical models describing clinical pharmacology processes to interpret clinical trial data, perform clinical trial simulations, support drug development decisions, and optimize therapy in the clinic.