Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences

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Curing arthritis in mice

Teresa Hemmerle and Fabia Dolls, two pharmacists and members of the research group of Prof. Dario Neri, tested the new fusion molecule in a CTI project together with the ETH spin-off Philochem.




The Paul Ehrlich Prize 2014 is attributed to Professor Karl-Heinz ALTMANN


Prof. Jean-Christophe Leroux and Prof. Gisbert Schneider have been included in the Thomson Reuters list of the most cited researchers in the field of Pharmacology and Toxicology

2015 Symposium in Bosten

The 20th International Symposium on Microencapsulation will be held at Northeastern University in Boston
October 1st to 3rd, 2015.


Welcome to the website of the Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich. The institute is devoted to cutting-edge research at the interface of life and pharmaceutical sciences with the aim to develop concepts, targets, and prototypes for tomorrow's diagnostics and therapeutics. Teaching in pharmaceutical sciences is offered at the undergraduate and graduate level as well as in postgraduate training courses.
The mission of pharmaceutical science education at the ETH Zürich is to enable graduates to assume positions of responsibility in all areas of the pharmaceutical and public health care sector, including community and hospital pharmacies, regulatory authorities, and the pharmaceutical industry.


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