Pharmacogenetics is deals with the genetic factors that influence drug response and toxicity. Pharmacogenetics studies of how people respond differently to medicines to their genetic inheritance. The term pharmacogenetics was derived from the words pharmacology and genetics. The word pharmacology means the study of how drugs work in the body. The word genetics means the study of how traits are inherited. The goal of pharmacogenetics is to understand how someone’s genetic make-up determines, how well a medicine works in his or her body, as well as what adverse effects are likely to occur

  • Track 1-1 Principles of Pharmacogentics
  • Track 2-2 Pharmacogenetics in Clinics
  • Track 3-3 Pharmacogenetics of Drug Abuse Treatment
  • Track 4-4 Benefits of Pharmacogenetics

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