- Anders Karlén in Lif podcast: Antibiotic resistance - the silent pandemic 2022-12-19
- The Swedish Research Council invests SEK 25 million in ENABLE-2 2022-12-13
- Researcher in focus: Julia Parlow aims to map biologic's path from injection to absorption 2022-12-08
- Anders Karlén guest in Forskarpodden: The Fight Against Antibiotic Resistance 2022-11-21
- Luke Odell promoted to Professor of Medicinal Chemistry 2022-11-14
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
Silins, Isabella; Sundin, Anders; Lubberink, Mark; O'Sullivan, Lleah; Gurnell, Mark; Aigbirhio, Franklin; Brown, Morris; Wall, Anders; Åkerström, Tobias; Roslin, Sara; Hellman, Per; Antoni, Gunnar
First-in-human evaluation of [18F]CETO: a novel tracer for adrenocortical tumours
Yuan, Zhen; Yang, Meilian; Zhu, Dongyang; Wu, Di; Cheng, Shuzhen; Wu, Chao; El-Seedi, Hesham; Du, Ming
Immunomodulatory effect of ethanol-soluble polypeptides from Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua)
Grad, Philipp; Agmo Hernández, Víctor; Edwards, Katarina
Improved accuracy and reproducibility of spontaneous liposome leakage measurements by the use of supported lipid bilayer-modified quartz cuvettes
Karlsson, Bo; Nyberg, Fred; Svärdsudd, Kurt; Burell, Gunilla; Björkegren, K; Kristiansson, Per
Neuropeptide Y and measures of stress in a longitudinal study of women with the fibromyalgia syndrome.
PhD Summer School
Antibiotics according to a new generation • 16–18 August
At the Department of Medicinal Chemistry, we conduct frontline research with a focus on how specific substances can be developed into drugs. Our research areas include the entire value ranging chain from preparative medicinal chemistry via drug design to translational imaging.
As part of Sweden's only Faculty of Pharmacy, we are a central unit in a unique knowledge cluster. Our common achievements are of great benefit to both health care and care recipients. They also consolidate our relevance as an attractive partner for academia and industry and provide us with a leading position in major calls.