Jasmina Gacanin

Arbeitskreis Synthese von Makromolekuelen
Max-Planck-Institut für Polymerforschung
+49 6131 379-162


Bioactive Hydrogels for Applications in Medicine


Jasmina Gačanin studied Biochemistry at Ulm University, Germany, where she received her Bachelor’s (2013) and Master’s (2015) degrees as a scholarship holder of the “Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes”. After completing her Master’s thesis “Supramolecular Protein/Peptide Conjugates for Therapeutic Delivery”, she continued her work in the group of Prof. Dr. Tanja Weil starting her PhD studies in October 2015. Her research focuses on hydrogels for applications in medicine, including tissue engineering and drug delivery employing various biomolecules such as DNA, peptides, and proteins. Since April 2019 Jasmina Gačanin has been working as project responsible at the MPI-P within the framework of an industrial cooperation on the BMBF project "Next Generation Injectable, Adaptive Hydrogels" (InGel-NxG, https://promatleben.de/de/projekte/projekte-alphabetisch/ingel-nxg/).

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