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  • Pharmacogenomics and functional genomics:

    Pharmacogenomics and functional genomics are increasingly recognized scientific areas that are critical to precision medicine.

  • Quantitative and systems pharmacology:

    The explosion of data, driven by technological advances in genomics, proteomics, metabolomics, epigenomics and related fields, coupled with advances in data integration from the molecular to whole organism level has fueled research in quantitative and systems pharmacology.

  • Computational genomics:

    Complementing our strengths in pharmacogenomics are emerging strengths in computational genomics.

  • Molecular pharmacology:

    There has been a resurgence in molecular pharmacology s the discoveries in pharmacogenomics and systems pharmacology are translated into a mechanistic understanding of drug action.

  • Drug development sciences:

    Pharmaceutics pathway of the Pharmaceutical Chemistry graduate program, is internationally recognized for training in the drug development sciences.