Medicinal chemistry is a multidisciplinary science involving molecular design, chemical and enzymatic synthesis and bioassays followed by modifying compound properties for pharmaceutical applications.
Medicinal chemistry thus combines organic chemistry with biochemistry, physical chemistry, microbiology, pharmacology, structural biology, enzymology, computer modeling, molecular biology and in vitro and in vivoexaminations.
Theme Leader: Professor Istvan Toth
|Inorganic Chemistry - Coordination chemistry|
|Biological and synthetic chemistry|
|Biocatalysis and Molecular Toxicology|
|Structural biology of infection and immunity|
|Physical and Computational Chemistry - Simulation of biomolecular systems|
|Physical Chemistry - Structure, function, mechanism and pharmaceutical potential of metalloenzymes|
|Organic Chemistry - Synthesis and isolation of complex natural products, method development, medicinal and physical organic chemistry|