Prof. Dr. Gerhard Wolber

Institute of Pharmacy

Pharmaceutical Chemistry


Field of Activity

Computer-Aided Drug Design

Address Königin-Luise-Str. 2+4
Room 275 Vorderhaus
14195 Berlin

Our research deals with the in-silico prediction of biological effects of small organic molecules for drug design.

Molecular modeling. Using all different kinds of available and established molecular modeling methods like docking, similarity searches, homology modeling and molecular dynamics we try to identify novel hits and optimize lead structures.

Drug repurposing and activity profiling. Drug action is rarely explained by an interaction with one single biological target, but by hitting several targets and pathways. Instead of virtually screening a large amount of molecules against one single potential target, we screen with one single (or a few) molecules against a large set of models to better understand the activity profile of already existing drugs or newly discovered drug candidates.

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  • Instrumental Analytics (3rd semester)
  • Pharmaceutical/Medicinal chemistry (5th to 8th semester)
  • Computer-Aided Drug Design (8th semester)