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    Faculty of Pharmacy

    Faculty of Pharmacy

    The Faculty of Pharmacy was established in 1936. Today it is comprised of 17 chairs.

    The Faculty of Pharmacy provides undergraduate education in Pharmacy, Biotechnology and Bioengineering&Bioinformatics. The degree in Pharmacy is granted to students after the completion of their degree program, which lasts 5 years in full-time, part-time or distance learning arrangements. The full-time degree program in Bioengineering&Bioinformatics lasts 5 years. About 300 students graduate each year.


    pharmfac001.jpgThe Faculty of Pharmacy also provides postgraduate training (1-year internship) in pharmacoeconomics and management, pharmaceutical technology, pharmaceutical chemistry and pharmacognosy.

    The Faculty of Pharmacy also offers PhD fellowships, with the PhD program lasting 3-4 years, other doctoral programs and continuing education courses.

    The Faculty is headed by the Dean Ivan I. Krasnyuk, Pharm.D.

    The faculty includes professors, academicians and corresponding members of the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences. Most faculty members have PhD, Doctor of Medicine or Doctor of Pharmacy research degrees.


    1. Chair of Analytical, Physical and Colloid Chemistry
    2. Chair of Botany
    3. Chair of Biotechnology
    4. Chair of Medical and Biological Chemistry
    5. Chair of Pharmacoeconomics and Administration
    6. Chair of Organic Chemistry
    7. Chair of Pharmaceutical Technology
    8. Chair of Pharmacognosy
    9. Chair of Pharmacology
    10. Chair of Pharmaceutical and Toxicological Chemistry
    11. Chair of Pathology

    The following chairs provide continuing education programs in pharmacy:

    1. Chair of Analytical and Forensic Toxicology
    2. Chair of Medicinal Production Management and Distribution
    3. Chair of Pharmacoeconomics and Management
    4. Chair of Pharmaceutical Technology and Pharmacology
    5. Chair of Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Pharmacognosy
    6. Chair of Pharmacy