Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research
Assembling Bioactive Superstructure to Regulate Biological Functions
Pengge studied chemistry at Henan Normal University (China) and obtained her bachelor’s degree in 2017. She then moved to Hunan University (China) in 2018, where she started her Ph. D. research on the development of nanomedicine that combines self-assembling metal complexes and functional (bio)marcomolecules, such as aptamer and peptides, under the co-supervision of Professors Zilong Zhao and Peter J. Stang. In November 2022, she moved to Germany as a guest Ph.D. student for one year research under guidance of Prof. Dr. Tanja Weil at Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research.