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pharma2 [pharmasquare]
the blended learning concept for pharmaceutical sciences

             
 
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Prof. Beat Ernst
Institute of Molekular Pharmacy
University of Basel
Pharmazentrum
Klingelbergstrasse 50
4056 Basel
Switzerland

Tel: +41 61 267 15 51
[email protected]
www.pharma.unibas.ch

Professor for Molecular Pharmacy and head of the Institute of Molecular Pharmacy at the University of Basel, Switzerland. His teaching and research interests are in protein-ligand-interactions, specially carbohydrate-lectin interactions and their appication in drug design.

Together with Prof. Gerd Folkers he is instructor of the Telepoly-lecture in pharmaceutical Chemistry. He leads the project pharma2 .
 
  Prof. Gerd Folkers
Institute for Pharmaceutical Sciences
ETH Zürich, D-CHAB
Wintherthurerstr. 190
CH-8057 Zurich
Switzerland

Phone :+41.1.63 560 60
Fax: +41.1.63 568 84
[email protected]
www.pharma.ethz.ch/pc

Professor for Pharmaceutical Chemistry at the ETH Zurich, Switzerland and head of the Center of Pharmaceutical Sciences Basel-Zurich. Besides the Telepoly-lecture in pharmaceutical Chemistry together with Beat Ernst, he has considerable experience in the field of e-learning e.g. pnn or Vireal Lab.
(pnn: http://pnn.ethz.ch
and Vireallab: http://www.vireal.ethz.ch)

   
                 
 
Prof. Helmar Burkhart
Department for Computer Sciences
University of Basel
Klingelbergstr. 50
CH-4056 Basel

Telefon: + 41 61 267 1460
Fax: +41 61 267 14 61
[email protected]
www.ifi.unibas.ch

Diploma in computer science from the University of Stuttgart, Germany, and a PdD degree and Venia Legendi (Habilitation) from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) Zurich, Switzerland. Computer Science Professor at the University of Basel since 1987.

Research interests include parallel and distributed processing, web technologies, computer science education, e-learning, and software development.
 

Dr. Anna-Barbara Utelli
Institute of Molecular Pharmacy
University of Basel
Pharmazentrum
Klingelbergstrasse 50
4056 Basel
Switzerland

Tel: +41 61 267 15 53
[email protected]

Project coordinator of pharma 2 since March 2003. After formal training in biology with a PhD from the ETH Zurich, Switzerland, and different activities in the teaching and learning area at university, she is the student coordinator of the curriculum in pharmaceutical sciences at the University of Basel, Switzerland.
 
 
  Sven Rizzotti
Department of Computer Science
University of Basel
Pharmazentrum
Klingelbergstrasse 50
4056 Basel
Switzerland

Tel: +41 61 267 14 59
[email protected]
www.math.unibas.ch/~rizzotti

Studies in Informatics at the HTL Brugg-Windisch, Switzerland. Education at the University of Basel with degree in mathematics, Informatics and Philosophy. Since March 2002 PhD-candidate at the Department of computer science in the project Tetrodo - A better learning environment.
 
Alexander Vögtli
Institute of Molecular Pharmacy
University of Basel
Pharmazentrum
Klingelbergstrasse 50
4056 Basel
Switzerland

Tel: +41 61 267 15 54
[email protected]
www.tiscalinet.ch/materiamedica
www.pharmaquiz.ch

Studies in pharmacy at the University of Basel, Switzerland. Diploma thesis ' Virtual Laboratory for ACE-Inhibitors' in pharma 2 . Since January 2003 scientific employee in pharma 2 (Production and maintenance of WBT-Modules (technics: XML, XSL, Flash, VRML, Bildbearbeitung)) and since July 2004 PhD-student in the field of scientific images and animations.

2003 Innovation award of the LearnTechNet University Basel 'category students' for the project 'Pharmakologie-Quiz'.
 
         
Christina Weber
Institute of Molecular Pharmacy
University of Basel
Pharmazentrum
Klingelbergstrasse 50
4056 Basel
Switzerland

Tel: +41 61 267 15 54
[email protected]
www.pharma.unibas.ch
Studies in pharmacy at the University of Bonn, Germany. Since January 2003 PhD candidate at the Institute of Molecular Pharmacy at the University of Basel in the area of e-learning, especially in the area of PharmAskYou: development of a virtual test-and trainingsystem adapted to the pharmaceutical educational concept, from multiple choice up to alternative ways.