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3 post-doctoral fellows are joining MINT


Dr. Oksana Kharchenko completed her PhD in Macromolecular Chemistry at Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Ukraine in 2017. She has got MSCA4Ukraine fellowship in 2023 to carry out the research during 2 years in the group of Prof. Oksana Krupka. Her work mainly focuses on synthesis photosensitive and thermosensitive poly(2-oxazoline) based polymers (POx) for biomedical application. The project is based on two general approaches. Firstly, the obtaining star-shaped polymers with two, three and four chains of POx as thermosensitive building blocks and with controlled end-groups. Secondly, design of sensitive (co)polymers based on POx using click chemistry for further modification and conjugation to a wide range of moieties.






Dr. Joohee Park, completed her PhD in cardiovascular physiology and electrophysiology (sodium ion channels in particular) at Angers University. Now, as R&D engineer, she works in MINT laboratory, with Dr. Guillaume Bastiat on the development of lipidic nanoparticles to prevent intimal hyperplasia after vascular surgery. This project is supported by SATT Ouest valorisation and is conducted in collaboration with MitoVasc CarMe team and Angers University hospital.






Dr. Hussein Genedy is a post-doctoral researcher/nanoformulation scientist with an Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree in Nanomedicine and an MSCA H2020 Doctorate degree obtained from the lab of polymeric materials engineering (IMP) in the University of Lyon. In his Ph.D. he worked on "Chitosan-based nanoparticles for the delivery of micro-RNA for regeneration of the cardiac muscle". His previous work took him around Europe working in 5 different European countries, and 9 different cities within various labs to work on the interdisciplinary science of nanomedicine. For his post-doc, he will work with  Dr. Elise Lepeltier on nanoparticle engineering for miRNA delivery in intervertebral disc regenerative strategies as part of the ANR-22-CE52-000R project.