Miki Park, Ph.D.
Department of Pharmaceutics and Medicinal Chemistry
- Role of Transporters on Drug Disposition
Miki Park graduated from University of Texas, Austin with a bachelor of science in biochemistry with High Honors in 1997. She received her doctor of philosophy in pharmaceutical chemistry from University of California, San Francisco in December 2002. She worked for Genentech as an associate scientist until 2004 before coming to the University of the Pacific.
Dr. Park was born in Indonesia and came to New York in 1993. She likes Stockton for its close proximity to many places such as San Francisco, Lake Tahoe, and Yosemite. She also enjoys the University of the Pacific for its student-centered environment. Dr. Park's hobbies include reading and spending time with her two sons.
Park MS, Okochi H and Benet LZ. Is Ciprofloxacin a substrate of P-glycoprotein? Arch Drug Inf. 2011 Mar;4(1):1-9.
Park MS, Chu F, Xie J, Wang Y, Bhattacharya P and Chan WK. Identification of cyclophilin-40 interacting proteins reveals potential cellular function of cyclophilin-40. Analytical Biochemistry 2011 Mar 15; 410(2): 257-265.
Park MS and Chang JH. Absorption of Drugs via Passive Diffusion and Carrier-Mediated Pathways in Oral Bioavailability: Basic Principles, Advanced Concepts and Applications, Hu, M and Li, X, Eds. John Wiley & Sons (2011).
Chang JH, Uchizono JA and Park MS. Efflux of Drugs via Transporters: The "Anti-absorption" Pathways in Oral Bioavailability: Basic Principles, Advanced Concepts and Applications. Hu, M and Li, X, Eds. John Wiley & Sons (2011).