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

In this winter term (W2022/23), 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 4 (HS4) of UZA2, Thursdays at 11.30 h. A table with an overview of all lectures is provided below.

 

 

DateLocationLecturerLecture titleHost
06.10.22

HS 4 

Prof. Dr. Alexa Klettner, Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel, GermanyPotential of marine polysaccharides for medical applicationMarietta Zille
13.10.22HS 4
Prof.Dr. Dušanka Janežič, Department of Applied Natural Sciences, University of Primorska, Slovenia

Protein Binding Sites for Drug Discovery

Gerhard Ecker
20.10.22
HS 4Dr. Marc Nazare, Leibniz Institute for Molecular Pharmacology, Berlin, GermanyTailoring chemical probes beyond simple small molecule ligandsChristoph Rademacher 
3.11.22

HS 4

Dr. Martin LepšíkOn the importance of physically correct models for describing protein/ion/ligand bindingJulien Orts
17.11.22

online

5 p.m.

Prof. Dr. Mary Beth Humphrey, The University of Oklahoma, USATargeting SHIP1 inhibitors as novel Alzheimer’s pharmaceutical agentsEleni Petsouki, Elke Heiss
24.11.22HS 4
Prof. Christian Ducho, Universität des SaarlandesTowards Novel Antibacterial AgentsNina Schützenmeister

1.12.22

HS 4Bonnie Wallace, Birkbeck Coll. LondonVoltage gated sodium channels as targets for treatment of neurological and cardiovascular diseasesAnna Weinzinger/MolTag
12.1.23HS4Oluwamodupe Cecilia Ejelonu, Dept of Chemical Sciences, OAUSTECH Okitipupa, Ondo State NigeriaNatural products and ion channels and transporters: Innovation for novel drug deliveryAnna Weinzinger/MolTag
19.01.23HS 4Marcel Van der Heyden, Department of Medical Physiology at the University Medical Center UtrechtExamining drug-induced proarrhythmia in the canine AV block modelAnna Weinzinger/MolTag
26.01.23HS 4Antoine Loquet, IECB - Institut Europeen de Chimie et Biologie, CNRS, Inserm, University BordeauxMolecular snapshots of pathogen cell wall architecture by magic-angle spinning nuclear magnetic resonanceNicolas Coudevylle