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Pharmaceutical Bio-Engineering

TU Dortmund

HHU

Poznan University

 

PHARMACEUTICAL BIO-ENGINEERING

LECTURE AND PRACTICAL COURSE

MON, MAR 25 - FRI, MAR 29, 2019

   
 

Organized by

Tu Dortmund, Germany

Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf, Germany

Poznan University of Medical Sciences, Poland

   
 

 

   

 

 

DIE ANMELDUNG ÜBER LSF ist ab dem 01.11.2018 möglich. Nähere Informationen Hier!

 

Engineering meets Biology and Pharmacy! No one should be suprised about it, but in reality we can see that there is a "culture clash" and an urgent need for communication across barriers. Our aim is to support an easier integration of both disciplines and bring students from both disciplines together. This is for the first time a course where students from pharmacy and (bio)chemical engineering follow same courses and where lecturers have an engineering and pharmacy background. From an engineering perspective, industry scaled production, one unit operations and process design are the main dominating fields, what is missing in the classical pharmacy curriculum. From a pharmaceutical perspective directed production of designed proteins and safe delivery of the recombinant protein to the site of interest is a prerequisite for an efficient drug, but expertise on production is for a pharmacist lacking.

 Everyone is invited to join this course if he or she is interested in pharmaceutical technology and egineering of biological drugs like proteins. This course will give the opportunity to highlight benefits and challenges of latest techniques explained by experts from the Technical University of Dortmund, The Medical University Poznan and the Heinrich-Heine University Düsseldorf.

 

Preliminary program

 

 

Monday

25.03.2019

Tuesday

26.03.2019

Wednesday

27.03.2019

Thursday

28.03.2019

Friday

29.03.2019

  9:00 -

10:00

Pharmaceutical Biotechnology

(Kayser)

Pharmacology

(Murias)

Pharmacology

(Murias)

Pharmaceutical Biotechnology

(Kayser)

Metabolic Engineering

(Kayser)

10.15 -

11:15

Pharmaceutical Technology II

(Thommes)

Pharmacology

(Murias)

Pharmacology

(Murias)

Pharmacology

(Murias)

Metabolic Engineering

(Kayser)

11:30 -

12:30

Pharmacology

(Murias)

Fundamentals of Protein Chemistry

(Stehle)

(Nett)

Enzymes in the Pharmaceutical Industry - From Drug Discovery to Manufacturing

(Lütz)

Pharmaceutical Technology I

(Breitkreutz)

12:30 -

 14:00

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

14:00 -

17:00

Practical course

Molecular modeling
of drug properties

(Murias)

Practical course

In silico modeling of therapeutic
recombinant proteins

(Kayser, Stehle)

Practical course

Microencapsulation (A)

Identity of insulin/Isolation and Thin-Layer chromatographic separation of carotinoids from different types of paprika powder (B)

 

Practical course

Microencapsulation (B)

Identity of insulin/Isolation and Thin-Layser chromatographic separation of carotinoids from different types fo paprika powder (A)

 Discussion/exam