The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Polymer chemistry, Polymer, Polymerization, Nanotechnology and Organic chemistry. Her Polymer chemistry research includes elements of Copolymer, Caprolactone, End-group and Chemical engineering, Surface modification. Her Polymer research integrates issues from Supercritical fluid, Nanocomposite and Nanostructure.
Polymerization and Monomer are frequently intertwined in her study. Her work on Drug delivery and Mechanochemistry as part of general Nanotechnology study is frequently linked to Sustainable energy, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. Her Ring-opening polymerization, Polyester, Supercritical carbon dioxide and Catalysis study in the realm of Organic chemistry connects with subjects such as Organocatalysis.
Christine Jérôme spends much of her time researching Polymer chemistry, Chemical engineering, Polymer, Nanotechnology and Radical polymerization. Her work investigates the relationship between Polymer chemistry and topics such as Copolymer that intersect with problems in Micelle. Her work deals with themes such as Electrospinning and Supercritical carbon dioxide, which intersect with Chemical engineering.
In her study, Carbon nanotube is inextricably linked to Nanocomposite, which falls within the broad field of Supercritical carbon dioxide. Many of her studies involve connections with topics such as Organic chemistry and Nanotechnology. The concepts of her Living free-radical polymerization study are interwoven with issues in Living polymerization and Catalytic chain transfer.
Christine Jérôme mainly focuses on Chemical engineering, Supercritical carbon dioxide, Polymer, Polymer chemistry and Biomaterial. Her Chemical engineering study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Oxide, Polyurethane, Ionic liquid, Lithium and Shape-memory alloy. In her work, Yield is strongly intertwined with Catalysis, which is a subfield of Supercritical carbon dioxide.
Her research in Polymer focuses on subjects like Ion, which are connected to Mass spectrometry. Her study in Polymer chemistry is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Copolymer, Polymerization and Radical polymerization. Her work carried out in the field of Biomaterial brings together such families of science as Scaffold, Glioblastoma and Nanomedicine.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Polymer, Chemical engineering, Organic chemistry, Supercritical carbon dioxide and Polymerization. Her Polymer study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Chitosan, Nanotechnology, Ion, Dispersity and Peptide. Her study on Catalysis, Carbonate, Selectivity and Polyurethane is often connected to Organocatalysis as part of broader study in Organic chemistry.
The various areas that Christine Jérôme examines in her Supercritical carbon dioxide study include Carbon and Valorisation. Her Polymer chemistry research extends to Polymerization, which is thematically connected. Her Polymer chemistry research integrates issues from Ionic liquid, Nitroxide mediated radical polymerization and Monomer.
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Chitosan-based biomaterials for tissue engineering
Florence Croisier;Christine Jérôme.
European Polymer Journal (2013)
Polymer/carbon based composites as electromagnetic interference (EMI) shielding materials
Jean-Michel Thomassin;Christine Jérôme;Thomas Pardoen;Christian Bailly.
Materials Science & Engineering R-reports (2013)
Paclitaxel-loaded PEGylated PLGA-based nanoparticles: In vitro and in vivo evaluation
Fabienne Danhier;Nathalie Lecouturier;Benoît Vroman;Christine Jérôme.
Journal of Controlled Release (2009)
Recent advances in the synthesis of aliphatic polyesters by ring-opening polymerization.
Christine Jérôme;Philippe Lecomte.
Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews (2008)
Catechols as versatile platforms in polymer chemistry
Emilie Faure;Céline Falentin-Daudré;Christine Jérôme;Joël Lyskawa.
Progress in Polymer Science (2013)
Targeting of tumor endothelium by RGD-grafted PLGA-nanoparticles loaded with Paclitaxel
Fabienne Danhier;Benoît Vroman;Nathalie Lecouturier;Nathalie Crokart.
Journal of Controlled Release (2009)
Chitosan and chitosan derivatives in drug delivery and tissue engineering
Raphaël Riva;Héloïse Ragelle;Anne des Rieux;Nicolas Duhem.
PEGylated PLGA-based nanoparticles targeting M cells for oral vaccination
Marie Garinot;Virginie Fiévez;Vincent Pourcelle;François Stoffelbach.
Journal of Controlled Release (2007)
Overview of cobalt-mediated radical polymerization: Roots, state of the art and future prospects
Antoine Debuigne;Rinaldo Poli;Christine Jérôme;Robert Jérôme.
Progress in Polymer Science (2009)
Combination of Ring-Opening Polymerization and “Click Chemistry”: Toward Functionalization and Grafting of Poly(ε-caprolactone)
Raphaël Riva;Stéphanie Schmeits;Christine Jérôme;Robert Jérôme.
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