Address: 2 Eftimie Murgu Square, 300041, Timişoara
Head of Department
Department I of the Faculty of Pharmacy on ˝Victor Babeș˝ University of Medicine and Pharmacy was organized in 2011 in accordance with the legislation as the follower of Fundamental Studies Department which originates with the Faculty of Pharmacy.
Initially, Department I was made up of Pharmaceutical Botany, General and Inorganic Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry, Mathematics and Biostatistics, Organic Chemistry, Anatomy, Physiology, Physiopathology and Physical Chemistry. Pharmaceutical Physics was included as a discipline beginning with the university year 2014-2015. Starting with the university year 2015-2016, Department I comprises the following eight disciplines:
- Pharmaceutical Botany
- General and Inorganic Chemistry
- Analytical Chemistry
- Organic Chemistry
- Physical Chemistry
- Anatomy, Physiology, Physiopathology and Pharmaceutical Physics
- Drug Analysis, Environmental Chemistry, Hygiene, Nutrition
- Dermatopharmacy, Cosmetology
The human resource of Department I consist of 24 members of teaching staff, 3 laboratory assistants and 1 secretary.
The disciplines of the department are included in the curriculum for the five-study years of the Faculty of Pharmacy (in Romanian and French) as well as in the short-term license study programs Pharmacy Assistants – Lugoj and Medical Cosmetics and Cosmetic Product Technology.
The competent teaching staff assisted by adequate material base carry out the task of providing the students with all the information in fundamental sciences and, partially, in specialised pfarmaceutical sciences which are needed in the complex training of a future pharmacist. Also, the teaching staff of the department are involved in activities within the master’s degree studies and higher education doctoral studies.
The postgraduate formative activity is represented by the contribution of the teaching staff of the department to the continuous pharmaceutical education of pharmacists through a rich offer of postgraduate courses and to the training of resident pharmacists – General Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Laboratory.
Alongside the didactic activity the members of Deparment I carry out scientific research work by means of collaborations with researchers from other disciplines and departments of our university, but also from other universities. This activity has led to obtaining numerous research projects, to publishing of scientific papers in valuable journals and to communicating the results at various national and international conferences.