Precision Medicine in Mental Health: Challenges and Opportunities for Pharmacogenomics
PRECISION MEDICINE SEMINAR SERIES
April 5, 2019 | 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. | 5-125 Moos Tower (TC); 302 Heller Hall (Duluth via ITV)
Dr. Bishop is associate professor of pharmacy and psychiatry at the University of Minnesota. In this role he conducts psychopharmacology and pharmacogenomics research with a focus on examining genetic relationships with symptom improvement, side effects, and cognitive effects of medications. He is a Board Certified Psychiatric Pharmacist, providing clinical and didactic education to pharmacy and medical trainees. Dr. Bishop earned a degree in biology at Luther College and went on to complete his Doctor of Pharmacy degree at the University of Iowa. Subsequently he completed a fellowship in clinical psychopharmacology and pharmacogenetics at the University of Iowa College of Pharmacy as well as a master’s degree in Clinical Investigation through the University of Iowa College of Medicine. His research work has been supported through local, foundation, and NIH funding mechanisms.