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Chemistry and Drug Metabolism National Institute on Drug Abuse National Institutes of Health, USA
Dr. Adarsh Gandhi received his Bachelor of Pharmacy degree from NDMVPs College of Pharmacy, University of Pune in India. He have a Master of Science degree in Pharmaceutical Chemistry from the Fairleigh Dickinson University in New Jersey. He completed his PhD in Pharmaceutics from the University of Houston. He had been working in the field of drug metabolism and drug induced liver injury mediated by inflammation. He have published more than 7 research articles including 2 review articles and a book chapter. He have presented to more than 15 national and international scientific conferences. He was also a lead judge for the Immunology at the 9th Graduate Research Symposium in NIH. Drug therapy becomes complex due to simultaneous administration of multiple drugs in hospitals leading to drug-drug interactions. His interest lies in advancing my knowledge of drug metabolism to study pharmacokinetic interactions of drugs of abuse with caffeine, alcohol, or commonly consumed over the counter medications. The data obtained from these studies will also shed light on drug-induced toxicities elicited by unwanted drug-drug interactions.
Utility of cannabinoids as therapeutic agents, Drug metabolism, Drug-drug interactions, Analytical chemistry and metabolomics