A National Cancer Institute Comprehensive Cancer Center

 
 

Shared Resources

 

 

Clinical Pharmacology

The primary function of the Clinical Pharmacology Shared Resource (CPSR) is to support NCCC investigators in the design, analysis, and interpretation of clinical pharmacology objectives in preclinical and clinical studies, including chemoprevention and epidemiological studies.

The Clinical Pharmacology Shared Resource operates in well equipped laboratories in the Borwell Research Building (322W and adjacent rooms).  In addition, to the biorepository function of our resource we also have bioanalytical hardware and computer hardware and state-of-the-art commercial software programs for application to individual and population-based pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic modeling, and modeling drug in vitro and in vivo combination drug effects.