Pharmaceutical chemistry is a branch of science that studies the design, synthesis, structure clarification, quantification, structure activity-relationship, metabolism of drug active substance. It aims to develop the ideal drug that is more effective, less side-effective and less toxic. It also determines the activity of the drug active substance developed by themselves working with branches of science such as pharmacology, biochemistry and microbiology. Pharmaceutical chemistry examines the ADMET (absorption, distribution, metabolism, elimination and toxicity) properties of the drug substance. Pharmaceutical chemistry work is usually done in a laboratory setting. Learning and studying pharmaceutical chemistry allows students to help others by developing life-saving drugs. Pharmaceutical chemistry also studies the pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic properties of the drug active substance, and these are important for learning the activity of drugs on the body.
- Pharmaceutical Chemistry I,
- Pharmaceutical Chemistry II,
- Pharmaceutical Chemistry III,
- Pharmaceutical Chemistry IV,
- Pharmaceutical Chemistry Laboratory I,
- Pharmaceutical Chemistry Laboratory II,
- Pharmaceutical Chemistry Laboratory III,
- Pharmaceutical Chemistry Laboratory IV,
- Computer Applications in Medicinal Chemistry,
- Bioinformatics and Drug Metabolism in Medicinal Chemistry lessons are given by our department.