Prof. Dr. Marc Schneider, Saarland University - Qepler Summits And Conferences

Prof. Dr. Marc Schneider

Full Professor (W3) Chair Biopharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Technology
Saarland University
Saarbrücken, Germany
Saarland University

Marc Schneider studied physics at the University of Kaiserslautern, the Ruprecht-Karls University, and the Free University Berlin where he graduated in 1998.

From 1998 until summer 1999 he worked as a research assistant at the Robert-Rössle-Klinik at the Max-Delbrück-Centrum for molecular medicine (MDC) in Berlin on multiphoton-induced PDT.

In 2002 he finished his PhD in 2002 at the Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces, Potsdam (MPI-KGF). As a postdoctoral fellow he was working at the MPI-KGF, the INFM in Genoa, Italy and at the department of Biopharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Technology at Saarland University, Germany.

From 2007 to 2013 he was junior professor for Pharmaceutical Nanotechnology at Saarland University, Germany.

Until Jan 2015 he was full professor at the department of Pharmaceutics and Biopharmacy at the Philipps University Marburg, Germany.

Since then he is heading the institute for Biopharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Technology at Saarland University.

His main research focuses on synthesis and characterisation of novel nano/microparticulate drug delivery systems as well as their interaction with biological barriers. To understand the mechanistic properties model systems are used to transfer the insight to pharmaceutical applicable systems. The biological interaction is visualized with high resolution imaging such as scanning probe microscopy and multiphoton microscopy.

Related Sessions:

Inhaled Drug Delivery
Summit 2019

Assess and harness novel approaches to the development of inhaled drug products for enhanced patient care.
  • 27 Feb 2019
  • Berlin, DE
  • Pharma
Day 2: Thursday, 28 February 2019
BLOCK: FORMULATION, DEVELOPMENT & DESIGN.
CASE STUDY: Nano-structured Microparticles for pulmonary application.
  • Microparticles composed out of nanoparticles
  • Preparation and flying properties of such particles
  • Microparticle matrix for stabilization of such particles
  • Functional aspects of the microparticle matrix
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