Angela Birnbaum Lab
Translational Clinical Neuropharmacology
Angela Birnbaum is a Professor in the department of Experimental and Clinical Pharmacology at the University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy.
Birnbaum is a translational researcher studying the pharmacokinetics of medications using pharmacometrics as a tool, and with an emphasis on special populations.
Birnbaum research is/has been funded by foundations, The National Institutes of Health, instrumentation companies, and the pharmaceutical industry. Read more about Birnbaum Research Projects
Pharmacokinectics Laboratory Core
The Birnbaum lab has expertise in the pharmacokinetics/ pharmacodynamics in special populations including patients and healthy volunteers, children, pregnant women, and the elderly.
Birnbaum lab research investigators are collaborators for grant projects and our laboratory operates as the Pharmacokinetics Laboratory Core.
The Birnbaum research program includes laboratory measurement of biological specimens and investigations in the stability of drugs in vivo and in vitro; pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic studies including investigations of bioavailability, pharmacokinetics, pharmacogenomics, drug interactions, and efficacy studies in healthy volunteers and patients. Read more about the Birnbaum Lab Research Focus
Angela K. Birnbaum, PhD, Professor
University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy, Dept. of Experimental & Clinical Pharmacology
Room 463, 717 Delaware St., SE
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55414
Phone: (612) 624-3158, Fax: (612) 626-0148