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The Department of Chemical Technology of Drugs at PUMS is involved in research and teaching Drug Synthesis and Technology, Bioprocess Engineering, Biocrystallography, Molecular Modelling of Structures, Nanotechnology and Biomimetics. The Department is engaged in the International Pharmaceutical Students’ Federation (IPSF) STudent Exchange Program and a special programme for secondary schools named “From Aspirine to Porphyrazine” aiming to present the excitement of cutting edge scientific research, especially concerning nanotechnology and modern medical therapies and spread latest pharmaceutical developments to the genral public. Department is also engaged in interfacial collaborative programmes of research with other Departments in the University and with other Universities around the world. These ventures include medicinal chemistry, nanotechnology, photophysical, photochemical, and biological measurements.

Department of Chemical Technology of Drugs is ready to expand existing collaborations or to start new ones between scientists and scientific institutions. The research subjects might embrace synthesis and physico-chemical analysis of chemical compounds and nanostructures.

Research topics for joint research, master theses, and doctoral dissertations could include:

  1. Synthesis and physico-chemical studies on glycyrrhetinic acid derivatives for medical applications,
  2. Synthesis, photochemical and electrochemical studies on phthalocyanines, porphyrazines and porphyrins for medical, catalytic and technological applications,
  3. Synthesis and physicochemical studies on dendrimeric nanoparticles and titanium dioxide nanoparticles for medical, technological, catalytic and environmental applications,
  4. Synthesis of stilbenoids of potential applications in biology and medicine,
  5. Computer modelling issues of determining the biological activity of potential active pharmaceutical ingredients and the use of computational methods for prediction of physico-chemical properties.

All the infrastructure and equipment is available to support these studies. In particular, chemical reactors, microwave apparatus, rotavapors, UV-Vis spectrometers, spectrofluorometer, potentiostat/galvanostat apparatus, and computer aided drug design software.

Contact data: Department of Chemical Technology of Drugs, Poznan University of Medical Sciences, Grunwaldzka 6, 60-780 Poznan, Poland, fax: +48 61 854 66 39

Assoc. Prof. Tomasz Gośliński, DSc, PhD, e-mail: tomasz.goslinski@ump.edu.pl, tel.: +48 61 854 6631  

 

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