Individualized Drug Therapy (INDIVIDRUG)

Recent and ongoing advances in the methods in genomic and pharmacokinetic analyses, as well as the facilitating changes in the legislative environment open up novel possibilities to investigate the individualization of drug therapies.

The Individualized Drug Therapy Research Program brings together groups involved in basic, translational and clinical drug research. The synergistic interdisciplinary combination of experts in in vitro and animal models, pharmacokinetics, pharmacogenetics, systems pharmacology and modeling, as well as clinical research in major therapeutic areas forms a cutting-edge center of individualized drug therapy.

Program director

Mikko Niemi

Clinical Pharmacology and Pharmacogenetics

Biomedicum 2C 307

Haartmaninkatu 8

00014 University of Helsinki

tel. +358 50 428 0998

  • Martti Färkkilä
  • Jukka Kanerva
  • Heli Malm
  • Kimmo Porkka

"Drug safety during pregnancy and lactation - 30 years of teratology information service in Finland"

April 17th, 2024 // 12:00-16:00 // Biomedicum, lecture hall 2 (Haartmaninkatu 8, Helsinki, Finland)


Key Pub­lic­a­tions from IN­DI­VIDRUG