Fifth year students and PhD students, winter term
The course gives basic knowledge on drug design approaches and methods. Lectures are based on the Molecular Conceptor learning series. Practicals are focused on molecular modeling and QSAR methods
Fifth year students, winter term
The course explores the kinetics aspects of the processes of absorption, distribution, metabolism and excretion (ADME) of drugs. It includes the following main topics: compartment and non-compartment analyses, linear and non-linear pharmacokinetics, ADME processes, dosage regimen and pharmacokinetic monitoring of drugs.
Third year students, spring and winter terms
The physical chemistry is one of the fundamental pharmaceutical sciences. It explains the macroscopic phenomena in pharmacy. The course is focused on thermodynamics of drug – receptor interactions, physicochemical properties of drugs, interfacial phenomena and colloids, solutions of electrolytes and non-electrolytes, chemical kinetics, drug interactions.
PhD positions are opened in September every year. For non-EU students the tuition fee is 8,000 euro/year. For more details, please contact Prof. Doytchinova at: firstname.lastname@example.org.