Dr Daniel Barratt
|Position||NHMRC Postdoctoral Research Officer|
|Org Unit||Medical Sciences|
|Telephone||+61 8 8313 5985|
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Dr Barratt completed his PhD at the University of Adelaide in 2010. With Prof Andrew Somogyi and Dr Janet Coller, he is a leader of the Clinical Pharmacogenomics and Drug Metabolism & Pharmacokinetics Laboratories of the Discipline of Pharmacology, and is a member of the Centre for Personalised Cancer Medicine, of the University of Adelaide. He is currently a NHMRC Postdoctoral Research Officer investigating personalised medicines for Aboriginal people with Prof Somogyi. In addition, he leads projects integrating clinical and experimental pharmacokinetics and pharmacogenomics for the personalised dosing of tyrosine kinase inhibitors to fight cancer, and collaborates on international projects investigating the clinical pharmacogenetics of opioid pharmacokinetics, and the neuroimmune genetics of cancer pain, acute postoperative pain, and analgesia.
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Entry last updated: Thursday, 16 Aug 2018
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