Basic Sciences of Pharmacy
Res & Dev studies for drug development generally start with fundamental science. Fundamental science, in its simplest form, are understanding the fundamental laws of nature with a sense of "curiosity". In the Department of Pharmaceutical Basic Sciences, lessons that will contribute to the training of pharmacist and researchers that our country needs and to create the infrastructure of applied sciences are given.
Research Areas: Total Synthesis of Natural Products, Asymmetric Synthesis, Alkaloid Chemistry, Heterocyclic Compounds, Structure Analysis (NMR, FTIR, HPLC etc.).
Compulsory Lessons Optional Lessons
PHARM109 General Chemistry I PHARM327 Heterocyclic Compounds
PHARM110 General Chemistry II PHARM322 Design and Synthesis of Drug Ingredient Substance
PHARM251 Organic Chemistry I PHARM324 Structure Elucidation in Drug Ingredient Matters
PHARM242 Organic Chemistry II PHARM429 Drug Nomenclature
PHARM517 Alkaloid Chemistry
PHARM519 Organic Reaction Mechanisms
PHARM521 NMR Spectroscopy