50 Eves a SOTE Gyogyszereszi Kemiai Intezete

Translated title of the contribution: Semmelweis University, Institute of Pharmaceutical Chemistry: Half- Centennial Anniversary in 1999

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The retrospective part of the paper briefly covers the most important events of the past 50 years, including the establishment in 1949, and the progress in education, research and science directed by Professors Antal Vegh and Gyorgy Szasz. The assessment of the present status provides a survey of the research, teaching and grant proposal activity, the most important professional-scientific relationships, and a glimpse into the foreseeable future. The teaching activity in the past 5 years included 7 subjects at the undergraduate, graduate and doctoral levels, from Instrumental Analysis to Bioanalytical Methods in Pharmacokinetics, being Pharmaceutical Chemistry the most important one. The major research fields are various methods and applications of pharmaceutical analysis (separation techniques: HPLC, TLC, GC, HPCE; spectroscopic methods: CD, UV, IR, NMR), traditional and modern methods of drug research and development (combinatorial and parallel synthesis to find new heterocyclic 'lead' structures), and physicochemical characterization of drug- and biomolecules and their interactions (speciation and microspeciation, lipophilicity and solubility studies). Grant proposals helped acquire 200% support, relative to the regular institutional budget. The facts that renowned international partners participate in the research activity, gifted and dedicated students, apply for doctoral status, might involve a future of cautious optimism, despite the lingering underprivileged status of science, healthcare and higher education in the Hungarian society.

Original languageHungarian
Pages (from-to)267-272
Number of pages6
JournalGyogyszereszet
Volume43
Issue number5
Publication statusPublished - 1999

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Pharmaceutical Chemistry
Anniversaries and Special Events
Research
Teaching
Pharmaceutical Preparations
Education
Organized Financing
Budgets
Solubility
Pharmacokinetics
High Pressure Liquid Chromatography
Students
Delivery of Health Care

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50 Eves a SOTE Gyogyszereszi Kemiai Intezete. / Noszál, B.

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