Benjamin Balzus

assoziierter Doktorand in der Arbeitsgruppe Prof. Dr. Roland Bodmeier (TP A01)
Pharmazeutische Technologie
Institut für Pharmazie
Freie Universität Berlin

Kontakt:
benjamin.balzus (at) fu-berlin.de

Dissertationsthema:

Development of polymeric nanoparticles with controlled drug release for dermal application

Erstbetreuer: Prof. Dr. Roland Bodmeier


Publikationen:

Balzus B, Sahle FF, Hönzke S, Gerecke C, Schumacher F, Hedtrich S, Kleuser B, Bodmeier R 2017. Formulation and ex vivo evaluation of polymeric nanoparticles for controlled delivery of corticosteroids to the skin and the corneal epithelium. Accepted for publication in: Eur J Pharm Biopharm DOI 10.1016/j.ejpb.2017.02.001

Balzus B, Colombo M, Sahle FF, Zoubari G, Staufenbiel S, Bodmeier R 2016. Comparison of different in vitro release methods used to investigate nanocarriers intended for dermal application. Int J Pharm 513:247-254 DOI 10.1016/jijpharm.2016.09.33 (Epub ahead of print)

Obst K, Yealland G, Miceli E, Dimde M, Balzus B, Weise C, Eravci M, Bodmeier R, Haag R, Calderón M, Charbaji N, Hedtrich S 2017. Protein corona formation on polymeric nanoparticles possessing porous, solid and PEG-based surfaces of varied surface charge and hydrophobicity: impact on cellular uptake, toxicity, immunogenicity and drug release properties. Accepted for publication in: Biomacromolecules DOI 10.1021/acs.biomac.7b00158