- Many new publications by SweDeliver's junior researchers 2022-06-21
- New Podcast: SweDeliver at the Speed Of Life 2022-06-20
- Researcher profile: Anders Karlén coordinates the combat against the invisible enemy 2022-06-09
- New thesis with focus on microgels as tools for drug delivery 2022-05-24
- Innovation award to new molecules for drugs against covid-19 2022-05-24
Meier, Silvio R.; Sehlin, Dag; Roshanbin, Sahar; Lim Falk, Victoria; Saito, Takashi; Saido, Takaomi C; Neumann, Ulf; Rokka, Johanna; Eriksson, Jonas; Syvänen, Stina
11C-PiB and 124I-antibody PET provide differing estimates of brain amyloid-β after therapeutic intervention
Roy, Tamal; Petersen, Nadia N.; Gopalan, Greeshma; Gising, Johan; Hallberg, Mathias; Larhed, Mats
2-Alkyl substituted benzimidazoles as a new class of selective AT2 receptor ligands
Velasco, Marta; Balgoma, David; Montero, Olimpio
Ammonia Concentration in the Eluent Influences Fragmentation Pattern of Triacylglycerols in Mass Spectrometry Analysis
Gopalan, Greeshma; Palo-Nieto, Carlos; Petersen, Nadia N.; Hallberg, Mathias; Larhed, Mats
Angiotensin II AT2 receptor ligands with phenylthiazole scaffolds
Mbuayama, Kabuzi R.; Taute, Helena; Strömstedt, Adam A.; Bester, Megan J.; Gaspar, Anabella R. M.
Antifungal activity and mode of action of synthetic peptides derived from the tick OsDef2 defensin
ULLA Summer School
Uppsala 2-9 july 2022
In focus: Challenges and opportunities in drug development
At the Department of Medicinal Chemistry, we conduct frontline research with a focus on how specific substances can be developed into drugs. Our research areas include the entire value ranging chain from preparative medicinal chemistry via drug design to translational imaging.
As part of Sweden's only Faculty of Pharmacy, we are a central unit in a unique knowledge cluster. Our common achievements are of great benefit to both health care and care recipients. They also consolidate our relevance as an attractive partner for academia and industry and provide us with a leading position in major calls.