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Volker Mailänder studied medicine at the University of Ulm supported by a stipend from the Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes and was in the graduate program “Molecular Biology”. He worked in the Blume/Negrin lab in Stanford, California, on natural killer cells. Afterwards he received training in internal medicine (haematology/oncology) in the Charité hospital in Berlin. After relocating to the Institute for Clinical Transfusion Medicine, University Clinic of Ulm, he worked on stem cell manipulation and was board certified in transfusion medicine. He focused on using polymeric nanoparticles for labelling or manipulation of stem cells and other cell types and is since 1.9.2008 leading a joint research group between the University Clinic Internal Medicine III, Mainz, and the MPI for Polymer Science.
Volker Mailnder’s research interests include Nanoparticle Protein Interactions, Nanoparticles for Cellular Therapeutics in Regenerative Medicine, cell-nanoparticle interactions, detecting pathways of endocytosis and harnessing nanoparticles for use in biomedical applications.