A clinical pharmacologist is a physician (can also be a pharmacist or scientist) who works to develop new drugs and to understand their applications in the real world. These doctors conduct experimental studies of new drugs on patients to learn what a drug does to the body, what happens to the drug while in the body, what dosage and frequency the drug is most effective at, any adverse side effects, and any interactions.
Through their study of drugs, these doctors work to make sure that medications are used to their maximum benefit with as few negative side effects as possible.
The area of Gainesville, GA has a population of approximately 361,731 people. There is 1 pharmacologist near Gainesville, which gives it a ratio of 1 pharmacologist per 361,731 residents or a ratio of 1 pharmacologist per 118,557 households. There are 118,557 households in Gainesville.