Building Chair of Pharmaceutical Biology

Pharmaceutical Biology

Prof. Dr. Thomas Winckler Show content

The following link directs you to informations about Prof. Dr. Thomas Winckler.

Office Show content

Secretary: Angela Reimann
Institute of Pharmacy
Pharmaceutical Biology
Semmelweisstraße 10
07743 Jena, Germany

Tel.: +49 3641 949840
Fax: +49 3641 949842


Opening hours for students:
Mo-Fr 10-11 a.m. and 2.30-3.30 Uhr p.m.

Staff Show content

Research staff 

Doreen Bönisch; Phone: +49 3641 949876
Johannes Burggraaff; Phone: +49 3641 949876
Tahsin Erten; Phone: +49 3641 949876
Dr. Friedemann Gaube; Phone: +49 3641 949844
Jana Höhn; Phone: +49 3641 949876
Sigrid Schwarthoff; Phone: +49 3641 949844


Sven Adler; Phone: +49 3641 949859
Heidemarie Graf; Phone: +49 3641 949848
Research Show content

Informations on the reasearch topics in the group of Prof. Winckler are provided below.

Publications Show content

The publications of Prof. Winckler are listed under the following link.

Teaching Show content

The sections Pharmaceutical Biology and Pharmaceutical Microbiology of the Institute of Pharmacy cooperate to organize lectures in Pharmaceutical Biology according to the curriculum of the standardized Pharmacy exam. On the following pages we provide informations on lectures and courses organized by the Chair of Pharmaceutical Biology. 

Note that all lectures and courses are given in German language and the following web pages are also in German.

Download of lecture notes Show content

We offer handouts to all lectures and practical courses. To download lecture notes please use the link provided below. Note that you will need to lock into the intranet of FSU Jena to get access to the files. Also, you need an individual password to open a file. Passwords will only be communited during the lectures or courses.

Note that all lecture notes are in German language.

Offers for master thesis projects Show content

We offer the possibility to work on diploma/master thesis projects in one of our research areas. Please contact us directly if you are interested.

Open master projects:

Role of cellular ribonuclease H enzymes in the retrotransposition of Dictyostelium TRE5-A (project description [pdf 23KB])

Subunit composition of the Dictyostelium RNA-polymerase transcription factor IIIC subunit Tfc3 (project description [pdf 24KB])

Isolation of developmental mutants of Polysphondylium violaceum (project description [pdf 55KB])

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