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Pharmacy, Department

Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultät I

Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg

Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultät I
Institut für Pharmazie
Wolfgang-Langenbeck-Straße 4
D-06120 Halle / Saale
Telephone: +49 345 55-25167
https://www.uni-halle.de

Uni Halle-Wittenberg
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Basic information

Total number of students
800

Support during the study entry phase

Total score for support in the study entry phase
5/13 points

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Results of study

Graduations in appropriate time, undergraduate degrees
78.0%

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Students' assessments on undergraduate, presence-learning-courses

Teacher support
3.0

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Support in studies
2.4

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Courses offered
3.0

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Study organisation
2.1

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Exams
2.9

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Research orientation
2.9

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Job market preparation
2.9

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Support for stays abroad
2.8

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Rooms
3.5

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Library
2.0

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IT-infrastructure
2.6

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Laboratories
2.7

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Overall study situation
3.0

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Degree courses without details

Further degree courses of the department
no data

Further information provided by the department

Special features regarding teaching

Teaching input from joint appointments with Leibniz and Helmholtz Institutes; innovative concepts in practical courses (e.g. modern techniques for the analysis of biologicals; modern drug forms); elective practical courses: Cooperation of students in research projects of the working groups at the institute; modern microscopy room; teaching pharmacy; English-language master degree course Pharmaceutical and Industrial Biotechnology.

Special features regarding the international orientation

International DAAD-BMBF joint project "Trisustain" for sustainable development in Africa; strong participation in international graduate school "Functional Polymers"; international Master's degree course Pharmaceutical and Industrial Biotechnology; worldwide research cooperation with focus on cooperation with African countries; international cooperation projects (DAAD, AVH, DFG funded); 60% foreign doctoral students in GRK 2467.

Special features regarding the equipment

Excellent research environment due to Weinberg campus (direct vicinity to the University Hospital, the natural science institutes of biology, biotechnology, chemistry and physics as well as non-university research institutes of the Max Planck Society, the Fraunhofer, Leibniz and Helmholtz Societies); all relevant databases available; very good infrastructure for digital teaching (MLUConf platform, Ilias); very good equipment for mass spectrometry, protein biochemistry, molecular biology, nanotechnology, computing clusters, very good research structure due to the modern Charles-Tanford protein centre

Special features regarding research activities

Head of DAAD-BMBF International Joint Project "Trisustain" for sustainable development in Africa; focus on protein research: Head of the GRK 2467 "Intrinsically Disordered Proteins - Molecular Principles, Cellular Functions and Diseases", participation SFB 1423, and SFB 1497. Discovery and optimisation of herbal active substances, development of new active substances against parasitic diseases (within the international research network "A-PARADDISE - Anti-Parasitic Drug Discovery in Epigenetics"); development of new polymers for drug delivery systems, int. GRK "Functional Polymers"

Support for founders

Comprehensive support from the university's transfer and start-up service. Support of the participation of institute members in information events of company foundations and patent workshops.

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Last Update 2021: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education