Institute for pharmaceutical technology

 

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The main research interest of the group of Prof.Kreuter is centered around nanoparticles, solid colloidal polymeric particles ranging in size from10 nm to 1000 nm (1 µm) to which drugs or nucleic acids are bound.
The present research of the group of Prof. Kreuter on nanoparticles focusses on five aspects:
1. Development of nanoparticles made of other polymers (polylactic acid and new     polyacrylic acid derivatives for the preparation of surface-functionalized     nanoparticles).
2. Targeting of drugs to the brain.
3. Use of nanoparticles as carriers for oligonucleotides.
4. Investigation of nanoparticles as carriers for antiviral drugs for the treatment of AIDS.
5. Oral application

Other research areas of Prof Kreuter include drug microencapsulatio, stability investigations dosage forms by isothermal heat conduction microcalorimetry, and transdermal drug delivery.


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Director:

  • Prof. Dr. Jennifer Dressman

 

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ZAFES-Coordiantor:

 

 

 

 

 

INSTITUTES AND
MEDICAL CENTERS

 
 

RHEUMATOLOGY

 
 

GASTROENTEROLOGY - HEPATOLOGY

 
 

PAEDIATRIC HAEMATOL., ONCOL. & HAEMOSTASEOLOGY

 
 

NEURORADIOLOGY

 
 

CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY

 
 

GENERAL PHARMACOLOGY &
TOXICOLOGY

 
 

IMMUNE PHARMACOLOGY

 
 

INTERDISCIPLINARY PHARMACOLOGY

 

PHARMACEUTICAL TECHNOLOGY

 

PROF. DRESSMAN
PROF. KREUTER

 
 
 

PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY

 
 

PHARMACEUTICAL
BIOLOGY

 
 

GEORG SPEYER HAUS

 
 

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY &
CHEMICAL BIOLOGY

 
 

NEUROLOGY

 
 

ANESTHESIOLOGY, INTENSIVE CARE AND
PAIN CONTROL

 
 

OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY

 
 

DEPARTMENT OF DERMATOLOGY & VENEROLOGY

 
 

CARDIOVASCULAR PHYSIOLOGY

 
 

PEDIATRIC PNEUMOLOGY, ALLERGY AND CYSTIC FIBROSIS

MEDICAL VIROLOGY

ECOLOGY, EVOLUTION AND DIVERSITY, DEPARTMENT AQUATIC ECOTOXICOLOGY

 
 

ORAL, CRANIO-
MAXILLOFACIAL AND
FACIAL PLASTIC SURGERY

 
 

GENERAL AND VASCULAR SURGERY

 
 

CLINICAL NEUROANATOMY

 
 

GENERAL PEDIATRICS

 
 

HAEMATOLOGY, ONCOLOGY

 
 

DIAGNOSTIC AND INTERVENTIONAL RADIOLOGY

 
 

BIOCHEMISTRY

 
 

GENERAL PRACTICE

 
 

MPI FOR
BRAIN RESEARCH