A Barrier to Learning
For a young researcher, restrictions were stifling, but we made best use of the resources we had.
Andras Guttman |
In the early 1980s, I worked at the Semmelweis University Medical School in Budapest, Hungary as a Research Scientist and Assistant Professor in the Department of Pharmacodynamics. My projects included the development and application of combined and multidimensional bioanalytical techniques to drug metabolism research, for the study of urinary and serum metabolic pathways of new potential antidepressants in rats, dogs and humans. I also taught bioanalytical and chemistry classes and supervised student laboratories.
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