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Organ transplantation repairs broken human being. It is among the most promising techniques to repair any single damaged part of a body in the near future. The INSERM U1248 P&T (Pharmacology and Transplantation, ex-IPPRITT) unit is part of the hospital-university “Survival oPtimization in ORgan Transplantation” (FHU SUPORT) federation.

Owing to its translational research strategy, as led by clinicians, biologists, pharmacologists and physical-chemists, IPPRITT has developed both basic and clinical research programmes and tools to improve transplant patient care. The findings (mainly in pharmacology) are transferred to the clinics, aiming at the development of personalized medicine.

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From early 2022, our unit has obtained the ISO-9001 certification for its quality system management. This certification « defines requirements for the implementation of a quality management system for organisations wishing to continuously improve customer satisfaction and provide compliant products and services ». The work required to obtain the label took time and effort from many members […]

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Sebastian Wicha is a leading the research group Clinical Pharmacy at the Institute of Pharmacy, University of Hamburg, Germany since 2017. He was a Junior Professor from 2017 to 2021, and was promoted to a tenured Full Professorship in 2021. He is a pharmacist by training holding a Ph.D. in Clinical Pharmacy from the Freie […]

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Immerse yourself in Pharmacologix, a comic book about the history and science of drugs written by Prof. Nicolas Picard and drawn by Vrob, the former being pharmacologist at the University Hospital of Limoges and  Faculty of Pharmacy as well as researcher within our unit! You may know that the discovery of penicillin was the result […]

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