Main Research Areas: Drug Delivery Systems – Nanomedicines – Self-assembly – Pharmaceutical technologies – Antimicrobial coatings
Education and experience
Dr. Angela Mutschler is assistant professor at LCPO since 2018. She received a PhD in Physics and Chemistry from the University of Strasbourg in 2017. During her PhD, she developed new antimicrobial coatings for medical devices by using peptides and polypeptides. In 2017, she joined the group of Dr. Benoit Frisch at the Faculty of Pharmacy in Strasbourg as temporary professor working on antimicrobial compact polyelectrolyte complexes. Now she focuses her research on the development of new smart drug delivery systems by using polymer, polypeptide and polysaccharide-based block copolymer assemblies, among which polymersomes.
Achievements and functions
Young Scientist Award – EMRS 2016 and 2nd student price – AVIESAN forum for Health Innovation in France and Québec 2016
Dr. Angela Mutschler is teaching in the pharmaceutical faculty of the University of Bordeaux, where she gives lectures and practical classes on pharmaceutical technologies: Physical and chemical properties of excipients – Drug biodistribution – Pharmaceutical form design and formulation (oral administration, parental administration, solid preparations…)
Dr. Angela Mutschler is co-author of 12 publications and co-inventor of 4 patents. She has an H-index of 7 (April 2023).
Controlling Polymersome Size through Microfluidic-Assisted Self-Assembly: Enabling 'Ready to Use' formulations for biological applications Journal article
Assembly of Fluorescent Polymer Nanoparticles Using Different Microfluidic Mixers. Journal article