CEA Tech, France PhD position - Mechanical force-triggered drug delivery systems combining polysaccharides and lipid nanoparticles

The PhD project is inscribed in the UGA IDEX GlycoAlps devoted to explore the potential of carbohydrates notably in materials and health sciences. The design of new medical devices or drug delivery systems demands the use of innovative smart biomaterials. Polysaccharides are biopolymers of choice for these applications thanks to their biocompatibility and the tuneability of their structure and functions that can be achieved through chemical modifications. The project challenge is the design, synthesis, and characterization of innovative materials combining polysaccharides and lipid nanoparticles, for the spatial and temporal control of lipophilic drug release through a mechanical force-based stimulus (compressive or tensile force). Applicants should hold a Master in Polymer Science with strong background in characterization/rheology of interfaces and physicochemical characterizations of polymers (GPC, NMR, DLS, etc.).

LOCATION

Département Microtechnologies pour la Biologie et la Santé (LETI)
Laboratoire Chimie des Matériaux et des Interfaces
Grenoble

CONTACT PERSON

TEXIER-NOGUES Isabelle
CEA
DRT/DTBS/SBSC/LCMI
CEA/Grenoble

17 rue des martyrs

38054 Grenoble cedex 9

France
Phone number: (+33) (0)4 38 78 46 70
Email: isabelle.texier-nogues@cea.fr

UNIVERSITY / GRADUATE SCHOOL

Université Grenoble Alpes
Chimie et Sciences du Vivant (EDCSV)

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http://www.communaute-univ-grenoble-alpes.fr/fr/presentation/le-pro...

START DATE

Start date on 01-10-2017

THESIS SUPERVISOR

AUZELY-VELTY Rachel
CNRS
CERMAV
CERMAV-CNRS, BP 53, 38041 Grenoble cedex
Phone number: 04 76 03 76 71
Email: Rachel.Auzely@cermav.cnrs.fr

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