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Department of Pharmaceutical and Pharmacological Sciences

Main organisation:Biomedical Sciences Group
Lifecycle:1 Jul 1977 →  Today
Organisation profile:

The Department of Pharmaceutical and Pharmacological Sciences researches a broad range of subjects spanning the entire drug discovery and development process, carries out studies on the use of medicinal products in society and guides practitioners in the field. Major areas of research are: target validation - drug discovery - medicinal chemistry - retrovirology - gene therapy - therapeutic and diagnostic antibodies - biocrystallography - pharmacology - toxicology - drug analysis - radiopharmaceutical diagnostics - pharmaceutical technology - biopharmaceutics - pharmacokinetics - exploratory clinical trials - clinical pharmacy - pharmaceutical care - pharmaco-economics - regulatory affairs.

For more information about the research topics of the different research teams belonging to this department see: - Laboratory of Pharmaceutical technology and Biopharmacy - Laboratory of Clinical chemistry - Laboratory for Pharmaceutical biology and phytopharmacology - Laboratory of Analytical chemistry and medicinal physicochemistry - Laboratory of Medicinal chemistry - Laboratory of Toxicology and Food Toxicology - Laboratory of Pharmaceutical chemistry and drug analysis - Laboratory of Radiopharmaceutical chemistry - Drug and patient information office

Keywords:Pharmacy, Pharmacology, Drug design and Development, Pharmacotherapy, Pharmaceutical care
Disciplines:Biomarker discovery and evaluation, Drug discovery and development, Medicinal products, Pharmaceutics, Pharmacognosy and phytochemistry, Pharmacology, Pharmacotherapy, Toxicology and toxinology, Other pharmaceutical sciences