News | Macromolecular Therapeutics Group

Congratulations to Adrian Hauck: He has successfully handed in his impressive master thesis - well done!
Moreover, Johannes Kockelmann presented a poster on his research in the Macromolecular Therapeutics Group at the online GDCh Macrosymposium 2021. more

August 2021

Contragulations to Alexander Fuchs for successfully handing in his outstanding master thesis. We wish him an exciting research semester abroad.
The Macromolecular Therapeutics Group also welcomes Yannick Pilger starting his research internship in the lab.
Lutz Nuhn and the Macromolecular Therapeutics Lab are very grateful to the DECHEMA and the Max Buchner Foundation for supporting our research with a Max Buchner Fellowship - thank you very much! more
We are extremely happy that our Collaborate Research Center SFB1066 will receive funding for four more years to study the impact of synthetic nanocarriers on cancer immunotherapy. Together with our partners from the University Medical Center, we are very much looking forward to continuing our research on nanogel-based cancer vaccines (project B4) and designing new immunomodulatory carriers for treating primary liver cancers and secondary liver metastases (project B3). More information on the SFB 1066 can be found here. more

May 2021

Lutz Nuhn presented in an eTalk the work of the Macromolecular Therapeutics Group at the virtual meeting of the Association for Cancer Immunotherapy CIMT.
Moreover, Jonas Woller successfully defended his bachelor thesis - congratulations! 
And Yannick Fröder has started his research internship in the Macromolecular Therapeutics Group - welcome!

April 2021

Christian Czysch successfully presented his work on degradable polycarbonate nanogels at the virtual ACS Spring meeting and Lutz provided an overview of the reseach of the Macromolecular Therapeutics Group at the 5th Polymers and Nanomedicine Webinar of the Max Planck-VISTEC Partner Laboratory.
The Macromolecular Therapeutics lab took successfully part in this year's online version of the Macro Colloquium Freiburg: Lutz Nuhn was awarded the Macromolecular Rapid Communications Young Researcher Lectureship and could persent the lab's latest research endeavors. Moreover, Leon Bixenmann won the poster award for his outstanding work on amphiphilic poly(esteracetal)s for immunodrug delivery. We are very grateful to Wiley-VCH and the organizers for these two awards.
Moreover, Joshua Krehan successfully defended his outstanding master thesis - congratulations! 
Finally, Lutz presented the work of the Macromolecular Therapeutics Group at the virtual GDCh-ADUC-Chemiedozententagung. more

February 2021

The Macromolecular Therapeutics welcomes back Alexander Fuchs and Adrian Hauck for their master theses - best of luck for your experiments! Moreover, Sven Krasel successfully defended his bachelor thesis project in collaboration with Prof. Dr. Holger Frey and his research team - congratulations! 
Leon Bixenmann has been accepted as fellow of the Max Planck Graduate Programme with the JGU Mainz (MPGC). more

December 2020

Nicole Roeser has started her research internship in the Macromolecular Therapeutics Group - welcome!
The Macromolecular Therapeutics Group took part in the virtual CLINAM 2020 symposium: Lutz Nuhn persented the lab's latest research efforts during the session "Nanoparticles and the Immune System" and Maximilian Scherger won the award for best poster in the category "Basic Nanomedicine" - congratulations, Max! more

October 2020

The Macromolecular Therapeutics Group welcomes Milena Hesse for her research internship and Jonas Woller for his bachelor thesis.

September 2020

Welcome back, Thi Dinh! She supports us again as research assistant in the lab.

August 2020

The Macromolecular Therapeutics Group welcomes Sven Krasel for his bachelor thesis.
Lutz Nuhn is very grateful to the Dr. Hermann Schnell Foundation and the GDCh for receiving the Dr. Hermann Schnell Scholarship 2020 - thank you very much! more

June 2020

The Macromolecular Therapeutics Group welcomes Joshua Krehan for his master thesis.

May 2020

We are glad to be partially back in the lab and resume our latest research efforts. Nonetheless: Keep distance and stay healthy!

April 2020

Because of the Covid-19 pandemic we closed our labs but are very much looking forward to continue our synthetic efforts as soon as possible - stay healthy and take care!

March 2020

Congratulations! Raphael Meyer successfully defended his outstanding master thesis.

February 2020

Anne Huppertsberg presented a poster on her research in the Macromolecular Therapeutics Group at the Macromolecular Colloquium in Freiburg.

January 2020

Leon Bixenmann and Johannes Kockelmann continue their research as PhD students in the Macromolecular Therapeutics Group.

December 2019

Alexander Fuchs successfully defended his bachelor thesis. Congratulations!

November 2019

Lutz Nuhn gratefully presented the work of the Macromolecular Therapeutics Group at the 4th Emerging Polymer Technologies Summit (EPTS’19) in Melbourne, Australia, upon invitation of Prof. San Thang.

October 2019

Johannes Kockelmann and Leon Bixenmann successfully handed in their excellent master theses.

September 2019

Lutz Nuhn joined the annual meeting of the Recent Appointees in Polymer Science (RAPS) in Leeds, UK. The Macromolecular Therapeutics Group welcomes Raphael Meyer for his master thesis.

August 2019

The Macromolecular Therapeutics Group welcomes Alexander Fuchs for his bachelor thesis.

July 2019

Lutz Nuhn received the “2019 Immuno Delivery Young Investigator Award” at the 2019 Annual Meeting of the Controlled Release Society in Valencia, Spain.

June 2019

Lutz Nuhn was invited to the 83rd Prague Meeting on Macromolecules – Polymers in Medicine 2019.

May 2019

Lutz Nuhn presented the work of the Macromolecular Therapeutics Group at the annual meeting of the Association for Cancer Immunotherapy CIMT and at the Steinheimer Gespräche for Liebig fellows of the Fonds der Chemischen Industrie FCI.

April 2019

Welcome to the Macromolecular Therpeutics Group!
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