Pharmaceutical Technology Chair of Prof. Dr. Gerhard Winter - Faculty for Chemistry and Pharmacy

Job Offers

PhD scholarship in Structural and Computational Biology at Department of Chemistry,
Technical University of Denmark from the 19th of March 2018 or as soon as possible thereafter:

PhD scholarship in Structural and Computational Biology

 

 

Master’s Thesis/Internship position available

at the Chair for Pharmaceutical Technology (Group of Prof. Winter)

in cooperation with Coriolis Pharma Research GmbH

The Project:

The thesis will be about protein analysis in the field of formulation development. One focus will be on thermal stability of protein solutions. With this work we want to evaluate new concepts and methods.

The study will be executed at Coriolis Pharma, Fraunhoferstraße 18 B, 82152 Martinsried, starting in Q1/2019, and will be supervised by Prof. Gerhard Winter.

Please send your letter of interest and CV to: career@coriolis-pharma.com and gerhard.winter@cup.uni-muenchen.de.

 

 

 

Master’s Thesis/Internship position available

at the Chair for Pharmaceutical technology (Group of Prof. Winter)

The research group at the Chair of Pharmaceutical technology in LMU is focused on all aspects of formulations research and delivery of biologicals. The physical and chemical stability is a major concern during the development of new protein drugs. Therefore, we are interested in every aspect of protein stability, formulation and analytics.

http://www.cup.lmu.de/pb/aks/winter/ http://www.pippi.kemi.dtu.dk/

The project

Your work will be related to the development and use of high-throughput techniques used to study the protein chemical degradation in different formulations.

What we offer

- A Master/Internship position working on novel approaches to study the protein chemical stability;

- Excellent infrastructure and access to state-of-the-art techniques;

- Excellent supervision by researchers experienced in the field;

- A friendly, interactive and international lab environment;

What should you bring

- High level of motivation, self-discipline and interest in science;

- Background in either Biochemistry, Chemistry, Pharmacy or Biology;

- Previous experience with protein analytics and protein stability studies will be considered an advantage;

- Fluency in English and/or German;

For more information:

Prof. Gerhard Winter - gerhard.winter@cup.uni-muenchen.de

Hristo Svilenov – hrisph@cup.uni-muenchen.de

Feel free to apply directly by sending a CV and a short explanation why you would like to join our group.

 

 

 

Bachelor’s Thesis/Master’s Thesis or Internship position available

at the Chair for Pharmaceutical Technology (Group of Prof. Winter)

in cooperation with Klinikum Grosshadern (Group of Prof. Lindner)

 

The Project:

The efficiency of drug delivery to solid tumors can be improved by drug encapsulation into nanoparticles. Thermosensitive liposomes (TSL) represent the most clinically-advanced (e.g. ThermoDox®), stimuli-responsive nanoparticles which can release the drug in the heated vessels surrounding the tumor (local hyperthermia, 41-42°C).

Your work will be related to the formulation development of TSL encapsulating poor water-soluble, anti-cancer compounds.

What we offer:

  • Bachelor-Thesis (1,5-2 months)/Master-Thesis (6 months) or Internship position (at least 2 months)
  • Excellent supervision by scientists experienced in the field
  • Friendly and international lab environment at Klinikum Grosshadern (Group of Prof. Lindner)

What you should bring:

- High level of motivation

- Background in either Pharmacy or Chemistry

- Fluency in English (German knowledge is not required)

For more information:

Prof. Gerhard Winter - gerhard.winter@cup.uni-muenchen.de

Alexander Rysin – alexander.rysin@med.uni-muenchen.de 

 

 

Am Lehrstuhl PT &B ist unter der Leitung von Prof. Dr. G. Winter

Eine Masterarbeit in Pharmaceutical Sciences  zu vergeben

Das Thema wird in Kooperation mit einem namhaften Pharmahersteller, ca. 65 km außerhalb von München, bearbeitet. Die Laborarbeiten sollen z.T. dort, z.T. am Lehrstuhl stattfinden

Thema aus dem Bereich der Gefriertrocknung 

„MANNITOL: Was macht den Unterschied in der Lyophilisation aus?“

Mannitol ist ein wichtiger Hilfsstoff bei der Lyophilisation.
Zur Absicherung einer zuverlässigen Belieferung wird eine weitere Bezugsquelle für Mannitol gesucht. Vorversuche deuten darauf hin, dass Mannitol von unterschiedlichen Herstellern trotzt Spezifikation nach Pharm.Eur. völlig unterschiedliche Eigenschaften bei der Lyophilisation aufweist.
Ziel der Arbeit ist die Identifizierung von charakteristischen Eigenschaften von Mannitol, auf deren Basis der Hilfsstoff von verschiedenen Herstellern bezogen  und für die Lyophilisation von Arzneimitteln mit unterschiedlichen Wirkstoffen zuverlässig eingesetzt werden kann

For more information:
Prof. Gerhard Winter - gerhard.winter@cup.uni-muenchen.de