Analytical Applications in Drug Discovery
The lectures already have taken place.. see you in 2021
Make sure to use a headset and that your video and audio are muted if you don’t speak.
Available from SwitchTube’s unibas channel some time after the lessons..
A course based on the bachelor analytical cycle. It will be more interactive than the bachelor lecture. The second hour of the lessons will be used for exercises whose results will serve as basis for the pass/fail decision.
Book the course if you can imagine to – or already do – work in analytical labs or on a PhD thesis with practical analytical aspects – and if you liked the style of Analytik VI.
Do not book the course if you are looking for a cheap credit point or plan to work solely with the provided materials without attending..
Insight and beginner’s experience of analytical practise in research: You know material and information sources and providers, you learn to search, manage and extract literature on practical examples and derive a proposal for method development. You use Excel for the evaluation of typical amounts of data and do some troubleshooting. You learn more on advanced instrumental analytics, especially HPLC and mass spectrometry.
- Introduction and toolbox: What to find where. Suppliers, literature, information, software. Registrations, software installation
- Method development
- Quantification case study
- Biomarker case study
- High Resolution Mass spectrometry
- Advanced HPLC
- Advanced Mass Spectrometry
- course directory of the University of Basel
- MSc Drug Sciences, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences
2021 Dates and times
Usual course dates are Tuesdays, 15-17h, starting end February and ending on beginning of April. Definitive information see the Course Directory.
Credits will be granted according to your perfomance in the exercises. These will be done within the lessons, require a laptop with MS office software, internet access, SciFinder access and previous registration on this webpage. Contact email@example.com in case of problems.