Pharmacodynamics in Liver Disease and in Liver Surgery (2009–2012)

The liver is the main organ in the body for drug metabolism and detoxification. This work seeks to address the poorly understood question: what is the in vivo disposition and response in liver of the drugs for treatment of liver diseases? The results of this work will help us better design new drugs and choose the most effective drugs for liver disease. The research may also help us find a better strategy for liver transplantation and thus improve success rates.
Grant type:
NHMRC Project Grant
Funded by:
National Health and Medical Research Council