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Department

of Pharmaceutical Chemistry

Емблема кафедри

Head of the department of

Pharmaceutical Chemistry, 

Dr of Pharmaceutical Science, Professor

Georgiyants V. A.

Георгіянц Вікторія Акопівна

Main

 

Welcome to the Department of Pharmaceutical

Chemistry!

Welcome to our site!

We welcome you to our website, which is dedicated to the Department of Pharmaceutical

Chemistry, National University of

Pharmacy, Kharkiv.

Here you can learn about the history of the department, staff, research activities and achievements.

At our department the following subjects are taught:

• "Pharmaceutical Chemistry" for full-time students and also for students of distant form of studying, speciality "Pharmacy" (for home and foreign students)

• "Industrial pharmacy"

• "Biotechnology";

• "Standardization of drugs" for home and foreign students of full-time studying and of distant form of studying, speciality "Pharmacy";

• "Bromatology" for foreign students, speciality "Pharmacy."

The subjects are taught in Ukrainian, Russian and English (for foreign students only).

Taking into consideration the fact that mastering of the subjects depends on the methodological support significantly our department refreshes methodological literature, basic lectures regularly. The library of normative-technical documentation is also created. In 2008 the department’s stuff wrote and published textbook "Pharmaceutical chemistry."

 In 2010 the second edition of this textbook (altered and supplemented) was published.

   The scientific direction of the department: the search of new biologically active substances; physicochemical research of new-created substances is carried out regularly; the regularities of connection between chemical structure and activity.

The researchers of the department work on solving of the following problems:

• Synthetic and biological research of the derivatives of quinolones-2;

• Synthetic and biological research of the derivatives of malonic acid;

• Development of the AND.