Deanna Kroetz, PhD
|School||UCSF School of Pharmacy|
|Address||1550 4th Street, Bldg 19B|
San Francisco CA 94158
|National Pharmaceutical Council ||1984
||1984||National Pharmaceutical Council Internship Mortar Board Honor Society Rho Chi National Pharmacy Ho|
|Cum Laude Graduate Ohio State University College of Pharmacy||1985
||1985||Ohio State University Presidential Scholar Eli Lilly Company Achievement Award|
|National Institute of Health Training||1987
||1990||National Institute of Health Training Grant Trainee|
|Pharmacology Research Associate Training||1991
||1993||Pharmacology Research Associate Training (PRAT) Fellowship|
|Ohio State University College of Pharmacy||1995
||1995||Josephine S. Failer Alumni Award|
|American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists ||1996
||1996||American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists Young Investigator Award in Pharmacokinetics, Phar|
|American Society for Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics||2002
||2002||Leon I. Goldberg Young Investigator Award|
|American Heart Association||2002
||2002||Elected Fellow, High Blood Pressure Research Council of the American Heart Association|
|American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists||2008
||2008||Elected Fellow, American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists|
||2008||Named to Faculty of 1000, Pharmacology|
The Kroetz lab has two major research areas. A major goal is to understand the role of genetic variation in determining drug response and toxicity. Integrated genomic and functional studies are focused on identifying genetic biomarkers of taxane-induced sensory peripheral neuropathy and response to antiretroviral therapies. A second area of research is on the role of cytochrome P450 eicosanoids in acute and chronic renal dysfunction. Animal and cellular studies are used to test whether inhibition of soluble epoxide hydrolase can be targeted for renoprotection.
Pharmacogenetics, membrane transporters, drug metabolizing enzymes, cancer pharmacogenetics, antiretroviral pharmacogenetics, drug resistance, eicosanoid metabolism, molecular pharmacology, acute renal failure
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