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Clinical Pharmacology and Pharmacotherapy KU Leuven


The area of interest of the research group Clinical Pharmacology and Pharmacotherapy is the safe and efficient use of medicinal products – including small molecules, biologicals and vaccines – in humans.

Department of Pharmaceutical and Pharmacological Sciences KU Leuven


The Department of Pharmaceutical and Pharmacological Sciences researches a broad range of subjects spanning the entire drug discovery and development process, carries out studies on the use of medicinal products in society and guides practitioners in the field. Major areas of research are: target validation - drug discovery - medicinal chemistry - retrovirology - gene therapy - therapeutic and diagnostic antibodies - biocrystallography - ...

Pharmaceutical and Pharmacological Sciences Vrije Universiteit Brussel

The department FAFY is mainly developing research activities in the following domains: 1. The use of hepatocytes in culture and co-culture as a model for toxicity and biotransformation studies of xenobiotics: - Evaluation of the iso-enzyme pattern of hepatocytes in culture and co-culture; - Detoxification mechanisms of hepatocytes in cultures and co-cultures; - Biotransformation and toxicity of isobutene; - Biotransformation and toxicity of ...

Drug Delivery and Disposition KU Leuven

The research expertise at the Laboratory for Pharmacotechnology and Biopharmacy lies in the area of the physicochemical and biopharmaceutical evaluation of drug candidates and dosage forms designed for extravascular administration. The main focus is to improve drug bioavailability both by a pharmacotechnological (new drug formulations) and a biopharmaceutical (based on knowledge of drug absorption mechanisms) approach. Pharmaceutical ...

Laboratory of Pharmaceutical Technology and Biopharmacy University of Antwerp

At the laboratory of Pharmaceutical Technology and Biopharmacy research is focused on following topics:* Optimisation of the bioavailability of ocular dosage formsSeveral new dosage forms such as biodegradable colloidal carrier systems, mucoadhesive nanoparticles and bioadhesive minitablets are developed in order to improve the therapeutic effects of antibiotics. The influence of the composition, preparation method and sterilisation on the ...