Department: Department of Clinical Pharmacology
University: Dalian Medical University
Kexin Liu received his B.S. degree in Clinical Medicine and M.S. degree in Pharmacology from Dalian Medical University in China and Ph. D. degree in Pharmacy in The University of Tokyo (Laboratory of Yuichi Sugiyama, Department of Pharmaceutics, Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences) in Japan. The focus of his research is on the molecular pharmacokinetics of transport in liver, intestine, kidney as well as transporter-mediated DDI and MDR. Prof. Kexin Liu is a co-author of more than 220 publications in international journals and a first or corresponding author in the famous journals such as HepatologySci Rep, Biochem Pharmacol, Drug Metab Dispos, J Pharmacol Exp Ther Am J Physiol,Pharm Res,Toxical Appl PharmEur J Pharm Sci and 50 book chapters as well as 30 review articles. He serves as a vice president of CSSX from 2005 and a dean in College of Pharmacy in Dalian Medical University in China from 2004.
His research interests mainly focuses on pharmacokinetics; pharmacology; transporter-mediated drug-drug interaction and MDR; ABC transporters; PEPTs, OATs and OATPs; Toxicology.
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