Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research
Research Group Macromolecular Therapeutics
Synthesis and Investigation of pH-Responsive Nanogels Derived from Squaric Ester Amide-based Polymeric Precursor Micelles for Drug Delivery Applications
Anne Huppertsberg studied Applied Chemistry (B.Sc.) and Bio- and Pharmaceutical Analysis (M.Sc.) at Hochschule Fresenius, Idstein (Germany) receiving her master’s degree in 2018. During her studies, she could already gain first research experience by spending an integrated practical semester abroad in the research group of Prof. Dr. Peter Skabara at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow (Scotland). The research of Skabara’s group focuses on the synthesis and investigation of organic semiconductors for photonic devices. To gather further practical experience in the organic and polymer chemistry she wrote her bachelor's thesis in the Performance Materials unit of the Merck KGaA, Darmstadt (Germany). Anne Huppertsberg joined the group of Dr. Lutz Nuhn for her master thesis in January 2018.
Currently she is continuing with her research as PhD student focusing on the synthesis and investigation of pH-responsive nanogels derived from squaric ester amide-based precursor polymers for drug delivery applications. Anne Huppertsberg is a scholar and member of the Max Planck Graduate School (MPGC) and the Graduate Center of the Collaborative Research Center 1066, Mainz (CRC 1066).