Mission Statement

The Vienna Faculty Center of Pharmaceutical Sciences aims to be recognized nationally and internationally as a leader in pharmaceutical research and education. We promote the discovery, development, and appropriate use of medications for the welfare and the safety of the public.

The range of topics in Pharmaceutical Sciences aims at the identification and the characterization of both new biologically active natural products and synthetic drugs and at understanding of their interactions with human targets on a molecular level using in silico, in vitro, and in vivo models.

Based on this knowledge, new lead compounds and disease relevant targets are investigated and delivery systems for pharmaceutical active ingredients are developed.

Different aspects of this range of topics have been defined as research focus like Drug Discovery from Nature, Computational Life Sciences and Nutrition-associated Molecular Mechanisms of Ageing and are represented e.g. in the doctoral program Molecular Drug Targets



New Professorships and Tenure-Track Professorships:

- Professorship for "Pharmaceutical Technology and Biopharmacy"
   Invitation to the Symposium: "Frontiers in Pharmaceutical Technology", December 11-12, 2018 
   Invitation to the Sample Lectures "Probevorlesungen aus  Pharmazeutischer Technologie", December 11-12, 2018

- Professorship for "Pharmacology and Toxicology": 
   Invitation to the Symposium: "Frontiers in Pharmacology and Toxicology", January 10-11, 2019 
   Invitation to the Sample Lectures "Probevorlesungen aus  der Pharmakologie",  January 10-11, 2019 

- Professorship for "Molecular Drug Targeting": Link to the Announcement

- Tenure-Track Professorship for "Clinical Pharmacy": Link to the Announcement

- Tenure-Track Professorship for "in silico Metabolism for Drug Discovery": Link to the Announcement

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Humane Stammzellen helfen, den Mechanismus für Herzrhythmusstörungen zu entschlüsseln. Ein Team um den Pharmakologen Steffen Hering hat nun herausgefunden, dass diese Rhythmusstörungen nicht zwingend auftreten müssen.


Michael Blaschke successfully passed his defensio for his PhD thesis entitled 'Bioassay-guided isolation and structure elucidation of cytotoxic compounds from Pluchea odorata (L.) Cass. and evaluation of their in vitro effects'. Supervisor: Brigitte Kopp


Parallel zu Alexander Van der Bellens Eröffnungsvorlesung hält Verena Dirsch eine Vorlesung zum Thema der Semesterfrage "Gesundheit aus dem Labor – was ist möglich?"

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