Christophe Stove

Christophe Stove graduated in 1999 as a Pharmacist at Ghent University. From 1999 to 2003 he did his PhD in the Laboratory of Experimental Cancerology in the Faculty of Medicine at Ghent University, followed by a post-doc in the Department for Molecular Biomedical Research in the Faculty of Sciences at Ghent University-VIB and -from Oct 2007 on- a Doctor-Assistant position in the Laboratory of Toxicology. In February 2013 he became tenure-track assistant professor in the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences and since October 2014 he is in charge of the Laboratory of Toxicology. His activities include education, service (forensic toxicology and reference measurement services) and research. Research fields of special interest are alternative sampling strategies, the deployment of bio-analytical strategies for steering vitamin research and various aspects of G-protein-coupled receptors (GPCR’s).

Drugs Working On GPCRs: What’s Behind The Lock Towards The Therapeutic Effect?

During the past decade, huge progress has been made in the field of drug discovery research. Several approaches have been explored to provide patients with treatments of the highest safety, with a high efficacy and minimum side effects. Different routes […]