Kerstin Johann

Kerstin Johann

About

Kerstin Johann studied Biomedical Chemistry at the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz and graduated in 2016 (M.Sc.). During her master thesis she synthesized polypept(o)ide-based carrier systems for the application in cancer immunotherapy. Her current PhD research is focused on the preparation of carrier systems for the delivery of anti-tuberculosis drugs and the synthesis of brush polymers for in vivo click chemistry.

Contact

kerstin.johann@uni-mainz.de

Institut für Organische Chemie
Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz
Duesbergweg 10-14
55128 Mainz  

+49 6131 39 25468

Research topic

Functional Polypept(o)ides for Imaging and Therapy

Publications

Enhanced Permeability and Retention-like Extravasation of Nanoparticles from the Vasculature into Tuberculosis Granulomas in Zebrafish and Mouse Models

Federico FenaroliUrska RepnikYitian XuKerstin JohannSimon Van HerckPradip DeyFrode Miltzov SkjeldalDominik M. FreiShahla BagherifamAgnese KocereRainer HaagBruno G. De GeestMatthias BarzDavid G. Russell, and Gareth Griffiths

ACS Nano201812 (8), pp 8646–8661. DOI: 10.1021/acsnano.8b04433

Two-photon absorption dye based on 2,5-bis(phenylacrylonitrile)thiophene with aggregration enhanced fluorescence

Tobias Johann, Kerstin Schmidt, Prem Prabhakaran, Rudolf Zentel, and Kwang-Sup Lee

Optical Materials Express Vol. 6, Issue 4, pp. 1296-1305, (2016) DOI: 10.1364/OME.6.001296