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Good Manufacturing Practice, 6.0 c

Course code:3DR404, Report code:49003, 100%, DAG, NML,
week: 02 - 03 Semester: Spring 2019
week: 04 - 05 Semester: Spring 2019

This course is part of a joint section.

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2018-09-03 15:34

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EIT Health Innovation Day 2018

Uppsala University hereby announces the 3nd annual EIT Health Innovation Day.  Boost your innovational spirit, work with fellow students across faculty boundaries and create solutions to real health challenges.


When:   November 23, 2018, 9AM–5PM
Where:  Uppsala, venue TBA
Who:     All students (Priority to all achieving bachelor/masterdegree 2019).

Register now @ http://doit.medfarm.uu.se/kurt12097
Teacher at UU  Download information


Key words for EIT Health Innovation Day 2018 are innovationentrepreneurship and collaboration for a sustainable and healthy future. A task that requires knowledge and joined forces from all disciplines educated at Uppsala University, yours included!

Course description

Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) is highly important to assure quality and patient safety within the production of medical drugs. The course introduces you to definitions and requirements in GMP and gives you knowledge about production of radiopharmaceutical compounds for clinical use, and describes ... [+]
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Department of Immunology, Genetics and Pathology


Visiting address:
Dag Hammarskjölds väg 20, 751 85 Uppsala

Mailing address:
Rudbecklaboratoriet, 751 85 UPPSALA

Phone: +46 18 4714580

Fax: +46 18 4715077

Current department messages
Contact details for undergraduate education at IGP
2018-01-16 09:53

In case of any question please contact the course coordinator Kristin Peisker, e-mail Kristin.Peisker@igp.uu.se, phone: 18-471 4594, mobil: 070 1679 851 or Sofia Bodare, e-mail Sofia.Bodare@igp.uu.se, phone: 018-471 3830 or the Head of undergraduate education: Nils-Erik Heldin, e-mail: Nils-Erik.Heldin@igp.uu.se, phone: 018-471 4679, cell phone: 073 5930 225

Nils-Erik Heldin is also contact person at IGP for students with children and students with disabilities.