Department Meeting (Lecture Series Pharma and Food) (580006 SE)

In this summer term, S2024, we are offering a selection of exciting lectures given by international and local experts in pharmacy, the food sciences and related fields.

All units will be held on-site in lecture room 6 (HS6) of UZA2 (Josef-Holaubek-Platz 2, 1090 Vienna), Thursdays at 11.30 h. A table with an overview of all lectures is provided below.

Please register here.



DateLocationLecturerLecture titleHost

HS 6

Prof. Holger Stark, Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf, Germany

Histamine H3 Receptor Antagonists in Orphan Diseases – From Selectivity to Targeted Promiscuity

Nina Schützenmeister/Thierry Langer
14.03.2024HS 6Prof. Premysl Mladenka, Charles University, Hradec Králové, Czech Republic

Flavanoids, metabolites and their antiplatelet effects

Christian Studenik
18.04.2024HS 6Prof. Maria Buchweitz, Universität Hamburg, GermanyWhy do apples differ in their allergenic potential? Insights into parameters which might be relevantNina Schützenmeister/Ina Bergheim


 Lecture starts at 14:30 

HS 6Prof. Marcel van der Heyden, University Medical Centre Utrecht, Netherlands

Development of Agokirs from propafenon analogues to mitigate Kir2 potassium channel loss of function

Eva-Maria Plessl
13.6.2024HS 6

Prof. Wolfgang Maison, Universität Hamburg, Germany 

Tools for Targeted Imaging of Prostate Cancer

Nina Schützenmeister
20.06.2024HS 6Prof. Carsten Gründemann, Universität Basel, SwitzerlandIntegrative immunology - a mix that mattersGrienke/Rollinger

HS 6

Prof. Tom Grossmann, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands


From Protein Structures to Functional Biomimetics

Christoph Rademacher
01.07.2024HS 6Dr. Hermina Nedelescu, The Scripps Research Institute, San Diego, CaliforniaNeuronal Ensembles Regulating Opioid-Motivated Approach and Avoidance BehaviorSophia Khom
07.08.2024HS 6 

Katy Margulis, PhD, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel

Ambient Mass Spectrometry Imaging in Drug Delivery, Diagnostics and TherapeuticsVerena Dirsch