General information

Head of Department: Professor Branislava Miljković, PhD 

Types of studies conducted at the Department of Pharmacokinetics and Clinical Pharmacy:

  • Undergraduate studies (teaching program from 1996 until 2009/2010; two courses:  degree in Pharmacy (DF), degree in Pharmacy-medical biochemist (DF-MB))

Subjects:

    • Pharmacokinetics: V year of study
    • DF: semester IX, 45+45 classes, (3+3)
    • DF-MB: semester IX, 45+45 classes, (3+3) 
  • Integrated academic studies (from year 2009/2010)

Code

Subject

Semester

Type

Status

Classes

ECTS

Study program

5MRF4OFRK

Pharmacokinetics

VII

NS

O

45+45

6

MF

5MRF4IOKF

Selected Chapters in Clinical Pharmacokinetics

VIII

SA

IB

15+30

4

MF

5MRF5OKLF

Clinical Pharmacy

X

SA

O

45+60

6

MF

5MRB4OFRK

Pharmacokinetics

VII

NS

O

45+45

6

MF-MB

Subject’s type: АO – academic-general educational, TM – theoretical-methodological, NS – scientific professional, SА – professional-applicative. Subject’s status: O – mandatory, IB – optional. Study program: MF – Master of Pharmacy, MF-MB –Master of Pharmacy-medical biochemist. 

  • Postgraduate academic specialization - module Pharmaceutical Care (3 semesters)
  • Postgraduate medical specialization - Clinical Pharmacy (6 semesters)
  • Postgraduate PhD academic studies - module Pharmacokinetics and Clinical Pharmacy  

Department of Pharmacokinetics and Clinical Pharmacy is home of education and research in the field of Pharmacokinetics and Clinical Pharmacy at the University of Belgrade. 

Scientific-research orientation of the Department includes a population pharmacokinetic analysis, modeling and simulation of pharmacokinetic data, drug metabolism, pharmacokinetic evaluation of specific therapeutic problems and investigation of compliance, interactions and adverse drug reactions.

Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Care represent a new area of ​​research, of particular importance to the pharmaceutical profession. In addition to scientific research, the scope of the Department's work includes the investigation of bioavailability and equivalence of drug preparations, expert opinions writing for protocols in clinical pharmacokinetic studies and evaluation of studies of biological availability and equivalency of drug preparations, required for drug marketing authorization.

Department of Pharmacokinetics and Clinical Pharmacy is actively involved in providing continuing education in regards to pharmacists professional development.

Students are welcome to conduct their final work in the field of research areas offered through subjects of the Department of Pharmacokinetics and Clinical Pharmacy. Also, Department of Pharmacokinetics and Clinical Pharmacy is involved in several extra-curricular activities for students that include various educational courses and projects (e.g. Pharmacotherapy access, Patient counseling). Moreover, Department is engaged in organizing and conducting student’s research projects