Volume 16, 4 Issues, 2021 ISSN: 2212-3938 (Online) ISSN: 1574-8847 (Print)
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Aims & Scope
Current Clinical Pharmacology publishes full-length /mini reviews and original research articles on all the latest advances in clinical pharmacology. The journal aims to publish the highest quality original research and review articles, drug clinical trial studies and guest edited thematic issues in the field. Topics covered include: pharmacokinetics; therapeutic trials; adverse drug reactions; drug interactions; drug metabolism; pharmacoepidemiology; and drug development. The journal is essential reading for all researchers in clinical pharmacology.
Arduino A. Mangoni Flinders University and Flinders Medical Centre Adelaide, SA (Australia) Biography
Biography of Arduino A. Mangoni
Professor Arduino A Mangoni trained in Cardiology, Clinical Pharmacology and General Medicine in Milan, Boston and London. He was awarded a PhD in Pharmacology at King’s College, University of London, in 2003. He was appointed Senior Lecturer (2003-2007) and Associate Professor (2007-2009) in Clinical Pharmacology at Flinders University before taking up the Chair in Medicine of Old Age at the University of Aberdeen, UK (2010-2012). In 2013 he was appointed Strategic Professor of Clinical Pharmacology and Head of Department at Flinders University. In 2015, he became Associate Dean and Head, Flinders Medical Science and Technology. He plays a key role in the regular review of the Australian Hypertension guidelines and has contributed to the development of the SIGN guidelines on the Management of Chronic Pain, released in December 2013. His research interest include metabolomics and ageing, drug discovery and geriatric clinical pharmacology. Professor Mangoni has published over 140 refereed publications. Arduino Mangoni is a clinical academic, Professor and Head of the Department of Clinical Pharmacology and Associate Dean and Head, Flinders Medical Science and Technology, in the School of Medicine at Flinders University in Adelaide.