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Louis Cesare Lasagna was an internationally recognized and respected expert in clinical pharmacology. Lasagna was the author of the book The Doctors' Dilemmas (1963). Born in Queens, New York in 1923, Lasagna was raised in New Brunswick, New Jersey, by his Italian immigrant parents.
Clinical pharmacology is the science of drug use in humans . and effective practice rests on a good understanding of both clinical pharmacology and practical prescrib.
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Several centres of excellence in clinical pharmacology offered training to potential clinical pharmacologists from all parts of the world
Several centres of excellence in clinical pharmacology offered training to potential clinical pharmacologists from all parts of the world. The efforts to improve clinical drug evaluation by Louis Lasagna, a pupil of Harry Beecher at John Hopkins Hospital, should be especially recognised (13,14). The birth of clinical pharmacogenetics can be ascribed to the pioneering contributions of Werner Kalow and .
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Louis Lasagna was born in New York City, New York in 1923 and received his MD from Columbia University in 1947. After training at Maimonides Hospital in internal medicine, he accepted a staff appointment in pharmacology at Johns Hopkins University in 1950, founding the clinical pharmacology program there several years later. In 1970 he became chairman of the pharmacology department at the University of Rochester, and in 1984 Dean of the Sackler School of Graduate Biomedical Sciences at Tufts University, serving simultaneously as professor of psychiatry and of pharmacology.
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cal Note Louis Cesare Lasagna was an internationally recognized and respected expert in clinical pharmacology. Lasagna taught medicine and pharmacology at Johns Hopkins until 1970, when he accepted the position as the first chairman of the Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology at the University of Rochester, School of Medicine and Dentistry, which he held for the next decade (1970 -1980). The "father of clinical pharmacology," died in August 2003, survived by his wife Helen, their seven children, Nina, David, Maria, Krissy, Lisa, Peter, and Christopher, and grandchildren.
Louis Lasagna revolutionised the evaluation and regulation of drugs throughout . Lou Lasagna created clinical pharmacology.
Louis Lasagna revolutionised the evaluation and regulation of drugs throughout the world. He put academic rigour into the study of new drugs in humans, said Dr Kenneth Kaitin, who succeeded Lasagna as director of the Center for the Study of Drug Development at Tufts University. He also wrote or cowrote 655 papers and two popular books (The Doctors' Dilemma in 1962 and Life, Death and the Doctor in 1968). He was born in modest circumstances in New York City in 1923, the only child of immigrants from northern Italy. He did well in school and went.
Category: Medical Books
Publisher: Bobbs-Merrill Co (June 1966)
Pages: 678 pages