Leonardi Institute for Health Analytics and AI utilizes the latest technologies and AI for the delivery of evidence-based healthcare. The Institute analyzes real-world data to generate real-world evidence that can be used to improve patient outcomes and reduce the total cost of care. The Institute also provides drug information services to students, faculty, preceptors, consumers, and other healthcare professionals.
The Samuel J. and Joan B. Williamson Institute for Pharmacometrics is a center for academic excellence training the next generation of pharmacometricians. It is housed is in a fully renovated research laboratory with computer resources complete with highly sophisticated software packages designed specifically for quantitative analysis in the areas of pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics and drug design.
Arthur G. Zupko’s Division of Systems Pharmacology and Pharmacogenomics is housed in a newly built and equipped laboratory that currently performs metabolomics research. Mass spectrometry is employed to conduct metabolomics investigations into the causation, prevention and treatment of human diseases through the discovery and quantitation of biomarkers.
The Lachman Institute for Pharmaceutical Analysis is a fully renovated 2300 square foot analytical laboratory equipped with advanced analytical instrumentation in support of pre-clinical drug development research, industrial drug development and compounding pharmacy activities. The core capabilities for the Institute are focused on physical and chemical characterization including: solid state properties of APIs/excipients and dosage forms, chemical characteristics and chemical stability, degradant identification and quantitation, and changes during processing and storage.
The Natoli Institute for Industrial Pharmacy Research and Development, established by LIU Pharmacy in partnership with Natoli Engineering, advances knowledge in the field of pharmaceutical solid oral dosage formulation and engineering. It furthers pharmaceutical compression science and supports research into the industry’s most complex challenges. The laboratory provides research opportunities for both Pharm.D. professional students and graduate students. Resources provided to the pharmaceutical tableting industry include new product manufacturing studies, tablet tooling, sticking and picking evaluations, and new formulation technologies.
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