CROATIAN   PHARMACEUTICAL   SOCIETY

HRVATSKO   FARMACEUTSKO   DRUSTVO

The first pharmaceutical association in Croatia was established in 1858 under the name Croato-Slavonian Pharmaceutical Assembly. From those days to the year 1946 there were two pharmaceutical associations in Zagreb, one for employees and the other for employers.



The pharmacist

Antun Kögl
(portrait by Oton Ivekovic)

the President of the Pharmaceutical Assembly
from 1894 to 1901
and the owner of the pharmacy situated
on the ground-floor of Masarykova 2
in Zagreb,



    In 1946 the two associations united into the
  CROATIAN PHARMACEUTICAL SOCIETY

(HFD).



The Society is located
in Zagreb,

Masarykova 2,
in the house donated by
the pharmacist
Antun Kögl,
at the beginning of this century.


THE CROATIAN PHARMACEUTICAL SOCIETY is a voluntary organization with a membership of 1000, operating within five regional branches. The activities are carried out by specialized sections. The most important objectives are:

THE CROATIAN PHARMACEUTICAL SOCIETY edits:

THE CROATIAN PHARMACEUTICAL SOCIETYis a regular member of:

The HFD highest prize is "Domac Medal" (founded in 1955), annually awarded to a member in recognition of one's outstanding work and contributions to the progress of pharmaceutical research.

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