PhD Research Track Drug Development

PhD students of the research track | Seminars | Track Day | Formal Courses | Track Leaders

About the research track

This thematic track brings together researchers active in the field of Drug Development and Discovery, in both pre-clinical and clinical phases. The aim is to cover different computational and experimental aspects of drug development such as, but not limited to, medicinal chemistry, toxicity, pharmacokinetics, metabolism, studies in biological systems, pharmaceutical formulation and production.

Please send an email to the track leaders to receive information about track-relevant events on a regular basis.

PhD students of the research track

Collage of PhD students enrolled in the research track

Click here to view biographies of PhD students who are part of this research track.

Seminars

We announce seminars to our participants via our email list. Seminars will cover both scientific presentations, emerging research areas as well as the development of “soft skills”, such as presentations, CV’s and paper writing.

Track day

The next track day will be organized during autumn 2021, more information will follow.

Formal courses under the theme of the track

The following courses are targeted specifically towards the research track in Drug Development:

  • Methods in Metabolomics and Metabolism (May 2020)
  • Uppsala Pharmacometrics Summer School (2021)

We will continuously update with information on this page, regarding track-relevant courses at Uppsala University or elsewhere.

Track leaders

Please contact us if you have any questions regarding the track, ideas for seminars, track days or courses!

Alexandra Teleki

Alexandra is an Associate Professor in Drug Development with a special focus on Pharmaceutical Nanotechnology at the Department of Pharmacy at Uppsala University. She has a background in materials and process engineering and has also worked several years in formulation development in industry.

Madlen Hubert

Madlen received her PhD in Pharmaceutical Sciences and holds a researcher position at the Department of Pharmacy, Uppsala University. Her research expertise combines nanoformulations for drug delivery and cellular biology, where she merges fundamental and applied biology.

Last modified: 2021-05-04