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Pharmaceutics

General information
Founded in 2001 – as a separate faculty of VSU (1993–2001 – as part of collaboration with Voronezh State Medical Academy)
Address
3 Studencheskaya St. Building 7, Room 110
Telephone/Fax +7 (473) 228-11-60 (3500); +7 (473) 253-04-28
E-mail deanery@pharm.vsu.ru
Website www.pharm.vsu.ru
Dean Professor Aleksey I. Slivkin, PhD, Dr. habil. in Pharmaceutics
Departments
  • Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Engineering
  • Economics and Management in Pharmaceutics and Pharmacognosy
  • Clinical Pharmacology
  • Pharmacology
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Diploma degree (specialist) course Pharmaceutics
Study options Full-time, part-time, extramural
Duration
  • 5 years (full-time),
  • 6 years (part-time, extramural),
  • 4 years (secondary vocational education).
Academic staff The Faculty of Pharmaceutics academic staff (at the 4 Departments):
D.Sc., Professors – 8
PhD, Associate Professors – 11
PhD, Assistant Professors – 3
Senior Lecturers – 2
Assistant Professors – 4
Junior Research Assistant – 1
Study facilities/resources
  • Medicine Standardization Laboratory
  • Pharmaceutics Laboratory
  • Pharmacognosy Laboratory
  • the Laboratory of Physical and Chemical Methods of Clinical Trials
  • Computer Laboratory
International cooperation in the sphere of education
International students On average, there are annually about 20 international students from Morocco, Jamaica, Vietnam, and Namibia, at the Faculty.

Research

Key areas of research
  • Synthesizing and studying the properties of effective anti-tuberculous remedies, analgetics, immunostimulants based on hydrophobous monomers, polymers, and carbohydrates;
  • Studying the interdependent influence of chemical medication combinations and carbohydrates on their pharmacological properties;
  • Developing new enzyme-based wound healing substances;
  • Pharmacognostic studies of new, unconventional plants as potential sources of new medicines;
  • Developing the methodology of resolving contemporary pharmaceutical management issues.
Research facilities A Medicine Quality Control Laboratory

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