Centre for Pharmacy

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Centre for Pharmacy has been educating pharmacists since 2003. Pharmacists hold a unique expertise within the medicine field which are increasingly sought for in today's society.

The centre is organizationally placed under Department of Clinical Science at The Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry, but is also in close collaboration with The Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences.

Contact us: post@farm.uib.no

Research at Centre for Pharmacy

Centre for Pharmacy conduct research both within development of new drug therapies, and within pharmacy practice. The aim however, is the same: Ensure efficient, safe and rational medicine use. Follow the links to find out more about the research groups and their ongoing projects.

Bioresources and Pharmaceutical Chemistry

Organic Synthesis and Medicinal Chemistry

Research Group in Social Pharmacy

Pharmacy care

FPD-Include Project Awarded €400,000 Erasmus+ Grant for Inclusive Pharmacy Education

The University of Bergen's Centre for Pharmacy has been granted a prestigious Erasmus+ cooperation partnership grant of €400,000 over 36 months for their FPD-Include project. FPD-Include, which stands for Faculty Professional Development for inclusion in pharmacy education, is a collaborative effort...


Embracing Sustainability in Pharmacy Education: Insights from EAFP Conference

The European Association of Faculties of Pharmacy (EAFP) recently held its annual conference, in Valencia (Spain), dedicated to the theme of sustainability in pharmacy, pharmacy practice, and pharmacy education.

Guest lecture
Professor Ross Tsuyuki

Expanding the scope of pharmacy practice – improving public health

At Centre for Pharmacy’s annual scientific event for students, Professor Ross T. Tsuyuki gave a lecture on pharmacists’ expanding role and how this can contribute to improved public health. Click through to access a recording of the full lecture.

New PhD
Adnan Budnjo's thesis "Synthesis of serine protease inhibitors".

Peptidomimetics - drugs for the future

By developing molecules which are able to regulate serine proteases, the phd work of Adnan Budnjo is another step towards developing new medicines against diseases as cancer, diabetes, and COPD. Thursday 19th of June 2014 he defends his thesis “Synthesis of serine protease inhibitors”.