Leibniz-Institut für Polymerforschung Dresden, Germany
Dr Susanne Boye graduated in biochemical engineering in Dresden in 2006. Afterwards, she obtained her doctoral degree in 2013 with Prof. B. Voit at TU Dresden. From 2013-2014 she joined the young scientist group ChemIT in the excellence “Center for Advancing Electronics Dresden” as a postdoctoral researcher. As a member of the Polymer Separation Group, she established the AF4 technique at the IPF. She is particularly interested in the physicochemical and in-depth characterization of polymer-protein conjugates, complex synthetic and natural (bio-)nanostructures, and molecular interactions. Furthermore, she is responsible for the data management and has introduced electronical lab notes in the daily scientific work in the institute.
Leibniz-Institut für Polymerforschung Dreseden, Germany
Dr Silvia Moreno obtained her PhD in chemistry in the University of Alcalá (Spain) in 2016 with Prof. Gómez and Dr. Muñoz-Fernández. She dealt with the design, synthesis and characterization of dendritic systems used for biomedical applications. Later, she got a fellowship to work as a post-doc at Leibniz Institute of Polymer Research Dresden e. V under the supervision of Dr. Appelhans and Prof. Dr. Voit. Currently, she is a project leader at the same research group and expert in the design and characterization of stimuli responsive polymeric vesicles as therapeutic nanocarriers and for mimicking cell functions. She has an international and highly interdisciplinary academic career.