From the Chair

Welcome to the website of the Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry. This site will provide detailed information on our graduate program, the research interests and achievements of our faculty and students, and many other interesting facts about the department. The collaborative research environment within the Department and with other Departments of the University will expose students to a wide array of modern research in the pharmaceutical sciences, invaluable for a successful career in the chosen field. I hope you will find the information on this website useful and contact us if you have further questions about the Department.

Christian Schöneich
Chair
Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry

 

 

Research

Our research projects ranging from traditional pharmaceutics to biotechnology. 

Learn more here.

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