Gene D. Morse

State University of New York at Buffalo, USA

Gene D. Morse assumed the position of Associate Director of the University at Buffalo’s Institute for Healthcare Informatics in 2010 and New York State Center of Excellence in Bioinformatics and Life Sciences (CoEBLS) in 2009. He is the Director of the Translational Pharmacology Research Core (TPRC) in the New York State Center of Excellence in Bioinformatics and Life Sciences. He also holds appointments as a Professor in the Department of Pharmacy Practice, and Research Professor of Medicine and Pediatrics, at the University at Buffalo. In addition, he developed the UB Pharmacotherapy Information Center (PIC) with the Health Sciences Library at SUNY Buffalo. He has an active research and training program in clinical and translational pharmacology and serves as the Codirector of the UNYTE Translational Research Network in Upstate New York. He has been working as an Active Researcher in the HIV epidemic since the introduction of antiretrovirals in 1986. He currently has National Institutes of Health support form NIAID through the AIDS Clinical Trials Group (ACTG) as a Principal Investigator for the UB ACTG Pharmacology Specialty Laboratory, as a Coinvestigator with the UR ACTG Clinical Trials Units, and as Principal Investigator for the NIAID HIV Clinical Pharmacology Quality Assurance Program contract. These programs integrate with the recently funded NIH Fogarty International Center, AIDS International Training and Research Program that he directs in collaboration with the University of Zimbabwe. He also directs the UB HIV Clinical Pharmacology Laboratory which has gained an international reputation for bioanalysis, pharmacokinetics, and pharmacogenomics and is one of the clinical pharmacology programs in the TPRC NYS Center of Excellence in Bioinformatics and Life Sciences. He received his Ph.D. degree in pharmacy from the University at Buffalo, where he also completed a fellowship in clinical pharmacokinetics.

Biography Updated on 1 November 2011

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