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Staff members with discipline Pharmacology

Academia develops at the interface of different fields. This is one reason why the University of Groningen is home to a wide range of fields, each with a great number of subject specialists. The overview below, which is based on a standard categorization of fields, will help you find the right expert for each field. If you cannot find the expert you are looking for in this list, try searching via a related field or faculty; you may find him or her there.

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Professor of Anesthesiology
dr. J.W.C. (Jan-Willem) Alffenaar
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hospital pharmacist - clinical pharmacologist
Machine learning, deep learning, biomedical signal processing, pharmacy & pharmacology, PKPD,neurophysiology, anesthesiology and cardio physiology.
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Clinical Pharmacist/ QP/ Assistant Professor
Multidrug-resistant tuberculosis; pediatrics
dr. M.S. (Mathieu) Bolhuis
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Hospital Pharmacist
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Asthma, (airway) remodelling, inflammation, extracellular matrix, integrins, signalling, therapeutic drug monitoring
dr. B.G.J. (Bart) Dekkers
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Hospital Pharmacist in training / Reseacher
Neurodegeneration, Mitochondrial function, Inflammation, Potassium channels
A.M. (Amalia M.) Dolga, PhD
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Assistant Professor
F. (Fajri) Gafar
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PhD student
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Reinoud Gosens (1977) is Associate Professor in Translational Pharmacology at the Faculty of Science and Engineering of the University of Groningen. He obtained his PhD in pharmacology in 2004 at the University of Groningen and performed postdoctoral studies at the University of Manitoba, Canada until 2007. His research is focused on the mechanisms that regulate tissue repair and remodeling in asthma and COPD. In particular, the role and therapeutic potential of muscarinic receptors and Wnt/Frizzled receptor signaling  in tissue repair and remodeling are studied.
prof. dr. R. (Reinoud) Gosens
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Associate Professor
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PharmD/PhD
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Behavior (social & play, affective, cognition), serotonin transporter knockout rats (SERT rats), early life stress,
Manual and automated scoring of behavior (The Observer XT and EthoVision XT), 
D.J. (Danielle) Houwing, MSc
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Vasculaire Geneeskunde, stolling, antistollingstherapie, trombose, longembolie, atriumfibrilleren, atherosclerose
prof. dr. T.P.W. (Pieter Willem) Kamphuisen
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Internist specialised in vascular medicine, head vascular medicine
Hospital, Clinical Pharmacy and pharmacology
prof. dr. J.G.W. (Jos) Kosterink
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Professor of Hospital and Clinical Pharmacy
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Areas of Interest and expertise include diabetes, nephrology, clinical pharmacology
prof. dr. H.J. (Hiddo) Lambers Heerspink
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Clinical Pharmacologist
Pharmacology, Airway physiology and pathophysiology
prof. dr. H. (Herman) Meurs
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Professor of Immunopharmacology
Targeted drug delivery; microvascular endothelial pharmacology; Endothelial Biomedicine; Angiogenesis;  Inflammatory diseases, shock, cancer
prof. dr. G. (Ingrid) Molema
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Professor, Life Sciences
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D. (Dalibor) Nakladal
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M.P. (Monika) Oktora
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Behavior (affective, social, cognitive), Pharmacology, Physiology, Gene expression, rat models for depression
dr. ing. J.D.A. (Jocelien) Olivier
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Assistant Professor
My research focus on clustered signaling pathways of molecular partners in defined subcellular compartments (signalosomes) that enables cells to exert highly specialized tasks. Actually, our goal for the future is to unravel the organization of the recently discovered signaling components within functional units by biochemical, molecular, cell biological methods, genetic and omic’s. Research is embedded in the field of integrative pharmacology and translational medicine. We have directed our attention to chronic inflammatory disorders, as evidence exist for a role of our signaling components (Epac, PLD, AKAP, cofilin) in smooth muscle cells, neuronal cells, immune cells as well as cardiomyocytes. Many devastating diseases, e.g. cancer, type-II diabetes mellitus, Alzheimers’s dementia, cardiovascular and airway diseases (heart failure, cardiac arrhythmia, developmental defects, asthma and COPD), and infection diseases are associated with defective or derailed signaling processes, and research into the control of these processes clearly is of great public and social importance as well. My research group integrates in vivo, ex vivo translational pharmacology, molecular (cell) biology. Novel techniques like microfluidics, precision cut lung slices and others.  
prof. dr. M. (Martina) Schmidt
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Professor of Molecular Pharmacology
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Development of non-linear Population Approach Pharmacokinetic and Pharmacodynamic models
dr. J. (Jasper) Stevens
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Researcher
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Openbaar Apotheker Specialist
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Pharmacokinetics
Pharmacogenetics
Toxicology
prof. dr. D.J. (Daan) Touw
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professor - Hospital pharmacist - clinical pharmacologist/toxicologist ERT
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Pharmacogenetics
Drugs and pregnancy
prof. dr. B. (Bob) Wilffert
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Head of Department PharmacoTherapy, -Epidemiology and -Economics
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PhD student
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Clinical Pharmacology, Albuminuria, Renal function, Clinical Trials
prof. dr. D. (Dick) de Zeeuw
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Professor; Director GUIDE; Depart of Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacology
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