EVTT

Pharmacy - Pharmaceutical and Medicinal Chemistry

Head of Department: Univ.-Prof. Dr. Daniela Schuster

 

 

The Institute of Pharmacy supports the EV-TT project with in-depth knowledge of analytical methods, which e.g. can be used for quality assurance of the vesicles. The main focus lays on establishing FTIR spectroscopy in EV research.

In addition to analytical research in the well-equipped chemical-analytical laboratory (HPLC- (MS), GC, benchtop NMR, photometry, FTIR spectrometry), the Department of Pharmaceutical and Medicinal Chemistry works on computer-aided drug development and toxicology predictions, e.g. of environmental chemicals. This knowledge might possibly be applied for drug loading of the vesicles in a later stage of EV-TT research.

For more information, visit our institute's homepage or contact us. [see homepage]

Upstream Technology

  • establishment of Fourier-transform infrared spectrometry (FTIR spectrometry) for quality assurance
  • chemical-analytical methods
    • high performance liquid chromatography- (mass spectrometry) (HPLC- (MS))
    • gas chromatrography (GC)
    • benchtop nuclear magnetic resonance (benchtop NMR)
    • photometry
Daniela Schuster

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Daniela Schuster

+43 662 2420 80610 daniela.schuster@pmu.ac.at

EV-TT Member of the PMU Consortium
Paracelsus Medical University - Institut of Pharmacy
Transfer Center for Extracellular Vesicles - Theralytic Technologies

Sophia Trenkwalder

Mag. Pharm. Sophia Trenkwalder

+43 662 2420 80604 sophia.trenkwalder@pmu.ac.at

EV-TT Scientific Project Employee
Paracelsus Medical University - Institut of Pharmacy
Transfer Center for Extracellular Vesicles - Theralytic Technologies