Division of Clinical Pharmacy, Graduate School of Life Science

Division of Clinical Pharmacy, Graduate School of Life Science


The Division of Clinical Pharmacy was established in close cooperation with the medical field, in order to expand clinical and practical science-oriented education and research in collaboration with life science majors (Division of Life Science). The Division of Clinical Pharmacy offers a four-year doctoral degree program aimed at developing highly-trained professionals who possess the pharmaceutical clinical abilities and expertise demanded from society. Based on the practical science of pharmacy, this division aims to impart knowledge on pharmaceutical sciences that contribute to public health and safety, and to provide a graduate education in which students may cultivate a higher sense of ethics. In addition to basic pharmaceutical theories and technologies, this divisionʼs students participate in educational and research programs focused on advanced clinical pharmaceutical knowledge and technology (i.e. development and evaluation of advanced drug treatments, medical systems, regulatory sciences, etc.), which allow them to develop the practical abilities needed to apply their studies to clinical practices and to discover and solve clinical issues in the medical field through surveys and research.


Fields Supervisors Research Keywords (lower case)
Department of
Clinical
Pharmaceutics
Professor
Associate Professor
Ken Iseki
Masaki Kobayashi
transporter, clinical research
【Laboratory of Clinical Pharmaceutics & Therapeutics】
Professor
Associate Professor
Mitsuru Sugawara
Yoh Takekuma
pharmacokinetics, transporter, drug metabolism, pharmaceutics
【Laboratory of Pharmacokinetics】
Associate Professor Yuma Yamada gene delivery, nanotechnology, liposome, vaccine, intracellular trafficking
【Laboratory for Molecular Design of Pharmaceutics】
Associate Professor Takehiro Yamada infection control
【Department of Pharmacy, Hokkaido University Hospital】
Department of Pharmacotherapy and Clinical Informatics Professor
Lecturer
Hiroshi Takeda
Kouji Nakagawa
inflammatory bowel disease, MIF, hypoxia, ghrelin, anorexia
【Laboratory of Pathophysiology & Therapeutics】
Professor Mikako Ogawa molecular imaging research for pharmaceutical sciences,
【Laboratory of Bioanalysis and Molecular Imaging】

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