Déborah Iglicki

PhD student

Institut des Sciences Chimiques de Rennes UMR 6226

Université de Rennes 1

Campus de Beaulieu


Rennes 35042


Email : deborah [dot] iglicki [at] univ-rennes1 [dot] fr

Phone : +33 (0)

Office number : Building 10A, Office 216

Research Theme

Hybrid Polymer/nanoparticle interface for the development of nanocapsules and gels

  • Development of nanoscale hybrid nanoparticle/polymer capsules, called Hybridosomes®, for various applications such as cosmetology, nanomaterials, food and particularly biomedical (imaging and therapy).
  • Encapsulate hydrophobic therapeutic molecules in H® nano-objects to combine Chemotherapy-Radiotherapy.
  • Studying new water/solvent/hydrophobic solution systems to obtain nanocapsules adapted to biomedical applications, as well as the influence of different parameters such as nanoparticles and polymers used.
  • Capsule characterization such as nanoparticle tracking analysis (NTA), UV-vis and fluorescence spectroscopy, TEM, NMR, HPLC, DLS, zeta potential and
  • Characterization of capsule biological applications (in vivo fluorescence, bioluminescence and MRI, in vitro confocal microscopy, tissue electron microscopy...).

Supervisors: S. Chevance & F. Gauffre

Research themes/Key words :
• Nanoprecipitation
• Nano-encapsulation
• Nanotechnologies, Nanomaterials
• Interface Chemistry
• Hybridosome®
• Hybrid nanoparticle/polymer capsules
• Pharmaceutical drug delivery
• Formulation
• Self-assembly
• Physico-chemistry
• Biology - Chemistry - Physics interface
• theranostics
• Colloid characterization