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Optimizing levofloxacin dose in the treatment of multidrug-resistant tuberculosis
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Publication date: 2019
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Ghimire, S. (2019). Optimizing levofloxacin dose in the treatment of multidrug-resistant tuberculosis: An integrated PK/PD approach. University of Groningen.
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Samiksha Ghimire was born November 7th, 1988 in Saptari, Nepal. In 2010, she completed her bachelor’s degree in Human Biology with Cum Laude from Kathmandu University, Nepal. From 2010-2012, she worked as a graduate teaching assistant at the Department of Pharma-cology at Kathmandu University. 2015, she graduated as a master’s in Medical Pharmaceutical Sciences from University of Groningen, the Netherlands. During three months of summer in 2014, she worked as an intern at Nordic Bioscience, a drug and biomarker development company in Copenhagen, Denmark. Samiksha Ghimire was in 2015 selected for Eric Bleumink Talent Grant to pursue a PhD degree at the department of Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacology at University Medical Center Groningen. The PhD project focused on finding ways to optimize doses of currently used anti-TB drugs in the treatment of multi-drug resistant tuberculosis.
Samiksha loves nature and derives great pleasure from hiking in the mountains. Also, she likes travelling, leisure reading and cooking, and above all, she treasures deep connection with beloved humans.