Elisabeth Garanger

Elisabeth Garanger picture

Category: Faculties

Status: Researcher

Employer: CNRS

Team: Polymer self-assembly and life sciences

Location: ENSCBP building A office N2-27

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Key Research Areas: Bioactive polymers and nanoparticles – Elastin-like polypeptides – Hybrid polymer-peptide materials – Bioconjugation chemistry – Drug-delivery systems – Biomaterials

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Education and experience

Dr. E. Garanger is tenured junior researcher at CNRS since 2012. She received a PhD in Chemistry & Biology in 2005 from Univ. Grenoble achieving a comprehensive study on peptide-based nanocarriers targeting tumors and their associated neo-angiogenesis. She pursed her career at Mass. Gen. Hosp. & Harvard Med. School as post-doc working on the design of contrast agents for multimodal molecular imaging. She joined LCPO in 2009 as post-doc and the European Institute of Chemistry and Biology (IECB) in 2010 as project leader to develop bioactive amphiphilic peptide-based block copolymers. Her current research activities focus on the design of recombinant elastin-like polypeptides and bioconjugates thereof for the design of smart biomaterials and drug delivery systems.

Scientific Production

Dr. Elisabeth Garanger is co-author of 50 peer-reviewed articles and 7 patents (H index = 20)

Latest publications

  • Hyaluronic acid presentation at the surface of self‐assembled nanoparticles transforms a hyaluronidase HYAL1 substrate into an efficient and selective inhibitor figure

    Hyaluronic acid presentation at the surface of self‐assembled nanoparticles transforms a hyaluronidase HYAL1 substrate into an efficient and selective inhibitor Journal article

    Duan Haohao, Donovan Mark, Hernandez Franck, Di Primo Carmelo, Garanger Elisabeth, Schultze Xavier, Lecommandoux Sébastien

    Journal title: Angewandte Chemie International Edition, Volume(s): 59, Issue(s): 32, Page(s): 13591-13596 https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-02561770/document 10.1002/anie.202005212 (2020)