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Robert Dupuis

Professor Executive Vice Department Chair

Robert Dupuis, Pharm.D.

Interim Vice Department Chair, Division of Pharmacotherapy and Experimental Therapeutics


(919) 966-6194
3213 Kerr Hall, , CB# 7569, , , 27599-7569

Bob Dupuis is a clinical professor of pharmacy in the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy. His responsibilities include teaching and coordinating coursework in integrative pharmacotherapy, clinical pharmacology, nephrology and transplant pharmacotherapeutics. Dupuis is also Director of the DPET Fellowship program, and advises and works with graduate, PharmD students and fellows on their research endeavors.


Dupuis’s research interest include clinical pharmacology/ drug metabolism of immunosuppressants in organ transplant recipients. Interests also include other agents used in transplant recipients, drug disposition, pharmacogenomics, adverse effects, outcomes and enhancement of care.

  • US Medical Affairs Fellowship Program
  • PK/PD/PM Fellowship Program
  • Regulatory Affairs Fellowship Program
  • PK/PD Fellowship Program
  • PK/PD Fellowship Program
  • Clinical Research/Drug Development Fellowship Program
  • Neurology Clinical Drug Development Fellowship Program
  • Global Drug Safety/Pharmacovigilance Fellowship Program
  • Medical Affairs Fellowship Program

  • Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist