Michaela Pieszka studied chemistry at the University of Ulm (Germany) and got her degree in October 2015. Her Master's thesis was titled "A Supramolecular Approach for Folding of Polymer Chains" and was realized in the group of Prof. Dr. Tanja Weil. She started her PhD in the same group in February 2016 in Ulm and since June 2016 she's continuing her work at the Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research (Mainz, Germany). The main focus of her research is controlled peptide self- and disassembly.
Synthesis of Boronic Acids for Stimuli Responsive Biomaterials
1) Michaela Pieszka, Adriana Maria Sobota, Jasmina Gacanin, Tanja Weil, David Y. W. Ng, ChemBioChem, 2019, 20, 1376 - 1381. Also appears in ChemBioTalents.Orthogonally Stimulated Assembly/Disassembly of Depsi-peptides by Rational Chemical Design
2) Marco Hebel, Andreas Riegger, Maksymilian M.Zegota, Gonul Kizilsavas, Jasmina Gacanin, Michaela Pieszka, Thorsten Lueckerath, Jaime A.S. Coelho, Manfred Wagner, Pedro M. P. Gois, David Y. W. Ng, Tanja Weil, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2019, in print.Sequence Programming with Dynamic Boronic Acid/Catechol Binary Codes
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