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We have 13 Pharmacy PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Czechia

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Pharmacy PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Czechia

We have 13 Pharmacy PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Czechia

Cardiotoxicity of Anticancer Drugs

Faculty of Pharmacy, Charles University, Department of Biochemical Sciences. The project fits into the field of cardio-oncology, which deals with the detection, prevention and treatment of cardiovascular diseases that occur as a side effect of chemotherapy and radiotherapy. Read more

Quantitative prediction of drug metabolism mechanism

Faculty of Pharmacy, Charles University, Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology . The project aim is the high-accuracy prediction of drug metabolism mechanism with the help of atomistic simulations at quantum accuracy and machine learning. Read more

Automation of sample pre-treatment based on extraction procedures using sequential injection analysis III

Faculty of Pharmacy, Charles University, Department of Analytical Chemistry . Methods for automation of sample pre-treatment using extraction processes will be developed in the sequential injection analysis system. Read more

Automated methodologies for analytes of biological and pharmaceutical interest based on luminiscence detection

Faculty of Pharmacy, Charles University, Department of Analytical Chemistry . Detection of fluorescence and chemiluminescence detection belong to the most sensitive techniques that can be used for analyte detection and quantification. Read more

Green solvent extraction for pharmaceutical and contaminant analysis

Faculty of Pharmacy, Charles University, Department of Analytical Chemistry . During this thesis, the candidate should develop sample preparation methodologies using so-denoted tailored solvents that present alternatives to classical harmful extractants. Read more

Development of electrophoretic methods for analysis of biologically active compounds

Faculty of Pharmacy, Charles University, Department of Analytical Chemistry . Due to its variety of separation mechanisms, capillary electrophoresis represents a complementary approach to liquid chromatography methods for the analysis of biologically active compounds in biological material. Read more

Faculty of Pharmacy, Masaryk University

Discover the art of developing life-changing pharmaceuticals through our Medicinal Chemistry program. The aim of this programme is to prepare qualified experts who will work professionally in scientific activities in the field of development and analysis of drugs and its application to other scientific fields. Read more
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