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- noun The branch of
pharmacologythat deals with the immune system
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Although hopes are high for the future of antibody-drug conjugates, Michael Rosenblum, head of the immunopharmacology and targeted therapy lab at the University of Texas's M.D.
Professor Stephen Holgate, professor of immunopharmacology, University of Southampton, for serv clinical science.
Dr. Weisspapir has 19 years of successful experience in experimental medicine and extensive experience in interdisciplinary research and development in experimental pharmacology, immunopharmacology, toxicology and neuroscience.
• Pharm D, M.D., and / or Ph. D. in a discipline closely related to pharmacokinetics, immunopharmacology, or pharmacogenetics.