Organisation structure

Department of pharmaceutical technology

Scientific research activity

The scientific research activity of the department is focused on the use of clay minerals (halloysite, bentonite, zeolite, kaolinite) as pharmaceutical excipients. Furthermore, it deals with technologies and pharmaceutical excipients that allow the controlled release of active ingredients from peroral drug forms (hydrophilic and lipophilic matrix tablets), from transdermal therapeutic systems (patches) and micro respectively nanoforms. In order to monitor the controlled release of medicaments from the prepared dosage forms, the department uses USP I, II and IV dissolution equipment.


KEGA 010UVLF-4/2015: Quality improvement of practical education in pharmaceutical technology in Pharmacy study programme, implementation 2015 – 2016.