Resources and Academic Training

Research Environment and Resources

Information about research resources

  • General Clinical Research Center of the University of Washington. Clinical pharmacology/clinical trials will be performed in the University of Washington General Clinical Research Center. This center has both inpatient and outpatient capabilities. The CRC has extensive experience conducting research protocols on pregnant women.
  • High Risk Infant Follow-Up Program, Center on Human Development and Disability (CHDD)
  • Resource for Population Kinetics Analysis (RFPK), Dept. of Bioengineering, Director Dr. Paolo Vicini (Co-Investigator and Director of the UW OPRU Modeling Core)
  • Mass Spectrometry Center of the School of Pharmacy. The University of Washington Mass Spectrometry Center, operated under the auspices of the School of Pharmacy Department of Medicinal Chemistry, is a self-sustaining instrument laboratory providing a wide variety of mass spectral services to the University and the research community-at-large on a recharge basis.
  • DNA Sequencing and Gene Analysis Center, Department of Pharmaceutics

Academic Training

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Information for students interested in our research

Obstetric-Fetal Pharmacology Fellowship

This postdoctoral fellowship is designed to train the individual to establish an independent and collaborative progressive research practice in Obstetric-Fetal Pharmacology.

Research activities include: protocol design, study coordination, data collection, data analysis, presentation of results and manuscript preparation. Cell culture technique, animal experiments, molecular and cell biology, HPLC analysis, microsomal incubations, NONMEM analysis, micro array analysis and positive emission tomography may also be involved.

Opportunities for additional course work and teaching experience are also available.

Contact:
Mary F. Hebert, PharmD
University of Washington
Department of Pharmacy
H-375 Health Sciences Center, Box 357630
Seattle, WA 98195-7630