Pharmacogenomics of drug-induced liver injury

Ann Daly

Newcastle University

Ann Daly is Professor of Pharmacogenetics at Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK. She holds BA and PhD degrees in Biochemistry from the University of Dublin (Trinity College). She was a postdoc at the University of Geneva and then moved to Newcastle University where she was a founder member of the Newcastle Pharmacogenetics Research Group. Her current research is focused on the pharmacogenetics of the human cytochromes P450, genetic susceptibility to idiosyncratic adverse drug reactions and the genetics of complex diseases, particularly liver disease. She has published over 200 peer reviewed articles and has a H-index of 80.


Drug-induced liver injury (DILI) is a rare but serious adverse reaction with certain widely prescribed drugs and can result in liver failure. It is also a relatively common cause of attrition during drug development. Using... [ view full abstract ]


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