Paper: Characterising Protein DPI Formulations: How and why does the dissolution behaviour change?
From 2011 to 2016 she studied pharmacy at Bonn University, Germany. In winter 2014/15 she spent a six month research internship in Prof. Pasut´s working group researching polymer conjugation to therapeutic proteins at the Department of Pharmaceutical and Pharmacological Sciences, University of Padova, Italy. After her second state examination, she worked six months of her practical year at Bayer AG in the Department of Research and Development.
Since 2019 she is part of Prof. Scherließ´ research group. Her PhD project focuses on inhalable dry powder formulations for protein drugs. The main interest is the influence of production methods, especially spray drying, and excipients on the protein stability. Besides her research activities, she is also involved in the education of pharmacy students.
At the DDL 2021 she held a presentation with the title: “Protein DPI production: discriminating destabilising influences during spray drying”.