Challenges and Opportunities in Therapeutic ImplementationEdited by
- Yui-Wing Francis Lam
- Larisa Cavallari
This book is intended for scientists and clinicians interested in pharmacogenomics implementation in academic, research, medical and pharmaceutical industry settings. Relevant fields include pharmacology, pharmaceutical sciences, genetics, molecular biology and medicine. This book may also be used as a recommended textbook for pharmacy students and graduate-level students in health and pharmaceutical science programs.
Hardbound, 510 Pages
Published: March 2013
Imprint: Academic Press
"Lam and Cavallari bring together pharmacy and other specialists from North America, Europe, and Asia for 13 chapters aimed at scientists, clinicians, and students in health and pharmaceutical sciences. The chapters consider the translation of pharmacogenomic findings into therapeutic applications from academic, regulatory, pharmaceutical, clinical, socioethical, and economic perspectives."-- Reference and Research Book News,August 2013 "This book succeeds in providing a relevant and unique perspective, by international experts in the field, on the progress and challenges facing the translation of pharmacogenomics into clinical practice. I highly recommended it to anyone with an interest in the topic, from the essential basics to its role in the future practice of medicine."--Doody.com, August 2, 2013