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Pavel Drašar

Education:

 

1966-71

Charles University Prague, Faculty of Natural Sciences, programme Organic Chemistry

1971-72

Charles University Prague, Faculty of Natural Sciences, postgraduate study, RNDr.

1974-77

PhD study at the Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry, Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences, CSc.

2004

Scientific degree DSc. awarded by Scientific Council of the Czech Academy of Sciences

Professional life:

 

1971-1972

Assistant professor, Charles University Prague, Faculty of Natural Sciences

1972-2002

Researcher, Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry, Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences, CSc.

2001-2004

Part-time teacher at Palacky University Olomouc

2002-2004

Associate professor, Department of Chemistry of Natural Compounds, UCT Prague

2004-

Professor, Department of Chemistry of Natural Compounds, UCT Prague

Teaching:

 

 

Selected chapters from Chemistry of natural compounds

 

Special analysis of natural compounds

 

Seminar of molecular modeling

 

Biologically active natural compounds

Subjects of interest:

 

 

Chemistry of natural compounds

 

Synthesis of steroid heterocycles and non-hormone active steroids

 

Isolation and modification of terpenoids

 

Synthesis of supramolecular systems based on chiral natural compounds

Fellowships

 

1974

Institute of Organic Synthesis, Academy of Sciences, Riga, Latvia

1984-5

Arizona State University, Cancer Research Institute, Tempe, Arizona, USA

1987

Institute of Bio-Organic Chemistry, Minsk, Belarus

Updated: 17.3.2015 15:51, Author: Stephanie Krueger


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