Dr. Martin Scherer


Research Interests

  • Langmuir-Blodgett trough
  • Polymer membranes/Polymer vesicles


  1. A. Hermann, R. Mruk, R. F. Roskamp, M. Scherer, L. Ma, R. Zentel, Poly(N-isopropylacrylamide)-Modified Styrene-Butadiene Rubber as Thermoresponsive Material, Macromol. Chem. Phys. 215, 32-43 (2014).

  2. M. Scherer, P. Scheibe, J. Schoenhentz, A. Hoffmann-Röder, R. Zentel, Patterned monomolecular films from polymerizable and fluorinated lipids for the presentation of glycosylated lipids, Colloid Polym. Sci. 292, 1803-1815 (2014).

  3. M. Scherer, K. Fischer, F. Depoix, T. Fritz, R. Thiermann, K. Mohr, R. Zentel, Pentafluorophenyl Ester-based Polymersomes as Nano-Sized Drug Delivery Vehicles, Macromol. Rapid Commun. 37, 60-66 (2016).

  4. F. Menk, S. Shin, K. O. Kim, M. Scherer, D. Gehrig, F. Laquai, T.-L. Choi, R. Zentel, Synthesis of Functional Block Copolymers Carrying One Poly(p‑phenylenevinylene) and One Nonconjugated Block in a Facile One-Pot Procedure, Macromolecules (2016), DOI: 10.1021/acs.macromol.5b02529


Book chapters:

  1. P. Heller, D. Huesmann, M. Scherer, M. Barz (equally contributing)
    From Polymers to Nanomedicines: New Materials for Future Vaccines. in "Molecular Vaccines: From Prophylaxis to Therapy" Springer Vienna/New York (M. Giese, Ed.), 2013.


Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz
Institute of Organic Chemistry
Duesbergweg 10-14
D-55099 Mainz

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