Doctoral theses from Eleni Aklillu research group
Doctoral theses from Eleni Aklillu research group, at the Department of Laboratory Medicine. Karolinska Institutet
- Rajabu Hussein Mnkugwe. Thesis: Novel combination chemotherapy for treatment and control of schistosomiasis among school children.
- Eulambius Mathias Mlugu. Thesis: Optimization of intermittent preventive therapy for malaria during pregnancy: effectiveness of dihydroartemisinin-piperaquine versus sulfadoxine-pyrimethamine.
Birkneh Tilahun Tadesse. Thesis: Optimization of pediatrics antiretroviral treatment outcomes among HIV infected children in Ethiopia.
Erik Sparve. Thesis: Clinical studies of CYP3A4 and P-glycoprotein.
- Mohd Hatta, Fazleen Haslinda. Thesis: The impact of genetics, environmental, and geographical factors on inter-individual and inter-ethnic differences in CYP2C9-catalysed drug metabolism.
- Wondwossen Amogne Degu. Thesis: Optimization of TB/HIV co-treatment in Ethiopian patients.
- Eliford Ngaimisi Kitabi. Thesis: Optimization of HIV and tuberculosis co-treatment in Tanzanian patients: emphasis on pharmacogenetics and drug interactions.
- Abiy Habtewolde Eyakem. Thesis: Pharmacokinetic and Pharmacogenetic aspects of drug-drug interactions between antiretroviral and anti-tuberculosis drugs in Ethiopian patients: Implication for optimization of TB-HIV co-treatment.
- Mugusi, Sabina. Thesis: Optimization of HIV and tuberculosis co-treatment in Tanzania: drug-drug interactions and clinical outcomes.
- Natasa Djordjevic. Thesis: Importance of pharmacogenetic and environmental factors for variation in caffeine disposition: with special emphasis on CYP1A2, CYP2A6, NAT2 and XO.
- Getnet Yimer Ali. Thesis: Incidence, predictors and biomarkers for antiretroviral and/or anti-tuberculosis drugs induced liver injury.
- Jackson Kijumba Mukonzo. Thesis: Pharmacogenetic aspects of HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria: emphasis on Ugandan population.
- Margareta Ramsjö. Thesis: CYP2C19 and CYP2C9 geno- and phenotypes in healthy Swedish and Korean subjects.
Annika Allqvist. Thesis: The role of CYP3A4/5 in alprazolam metabolism.