Department of Medicinal Chemistry
Breadth and excellence • At the heart of BMC
News from the department
- Researchers in focus: Ellen Bruntzell wants to increase our knowledge of peptide drugs 2023-03-14
- Middle school students rocked the Faculty of Pharmacy 2023-02-10
- ENABLE-2 Open Call raising international interest 2023-01-18
- Agnes Morén and Samia Mohammed receive awards for Degree projects 2023-01-18
- Student symposium with significant scientific breadth 2023-01-16
Events & Seminars
Phd Student Profile
Aiming to increase our knowledge of peptide drugs
Cheung, Pierre; Amin, Mohammad A.; Zhang, Bo; Lechi, Francesco; Korsgren, Olle; Eriksson, Jonas; Odell, Luke R.; Eriksson, Olof
[18F]MK-7246 for Positron Emission Tomography Imaging of the Beta-Cell Surface Marker GPR44
Yosri, Nermeen; Alsharif, Sultan M.; Xiao, Jianbo; Musharraf, Syed G.; Zhao, Chao; Saeed, Aamer; Gao, Ruichang; Said, Noha S.; Di Minno, Alessandro; Daglia, Maria; Guo, Zhiming; Khalifa, Shaden A. M.; El-Seedi, Hesham R.
Arctium lappa (Burdock): Insights from ethnopharmacology potential, chemical constituents, clinical studies, pharmacological utility and nanomedicine
Barmpatsalou, Vicky; Rodler, Agnes; Jacobson, Magdalena; Karlsson, Eva Marie-Louise; Pedersen, Betty Lomstein; Bergström, Christel Anna Sofie
Development and validation of a porcine artificial colonic mucus model reflecting the properties of native colonic mucus in pigs
Khan, Noman; Ullah, Junaid; Hashmi, Satwat; Ali, Arslan; Siddiqui, Amna Jabbar; Sami, Shahid Ahmed; Bokhari, Syeda Saira; Sharif, Hasanat; Uddin, Jalal; El-Seedi, Hesham; Musharraf, Syed Ghulam
Dysregulation of metalloproteins in ischemic heart disease patients with systolic dysfunction
Sandbaumhüter, Friederike A.; Aerts, Jordan; Theurillat, Regula; Andrén, Per E.; Thormann, Wolfgang; Jansson, Erik T.
Enantioselective CE–MS analysis of ketamine metabolites in urine
Winner of Medical officer of health Per Manell’s Prize 2023
PhD Summer School
Shaping the pharmacy of the future
The Department of Medicinal Chemistry is an interdisciplinary arena at Uppsala University's Faculty of Pharmacy. With first-rate education, frontline research and leading roles in selected international collaborations, we constitute a driving force in the development of our academic field.
Located at Uppsala Biomedical Centre, our research groups develop and conduct work of great scientific significance. Together, we form a unique competence cluster in the world of pharmacy.