2020 - Australian Laureate Fellow
Her primary scientific interests are in Polymer chemistry, Chain transfer, Polymerization, Raft and Radical polymerization. Her work carried out in the field of Polymer chemistry brings together such families of science as Copolymer, Reversible addition−fragmentation chain-transfer polymerization, Micelle, Polystyrene and Monomer. Her Chain transfer study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Living free-radical polymerization, Vinyl acetate, Acrylate, Butyl acrylate and End-group.
Her Polymerization study is concerned with Polymer in general. The various areas that Martina H. Stenzel examines in her Raft study include Bovine serum albumin and Styrene. The study incorporates disciplines such as Fragmentation, Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy and Glycopolymer in addition to Radical polymerization.
Martina H. Stenzel mostly deals with Polymer chemistry, Polymerization, Chain transfer, Raft and Radical polymerization. Her Polymer chemistry research includes themes of Copolymer, Polymer, Monomer, Reversible addition−fragmentation chain-transfer polymerization and Micelle. Her research in Polymerization focuses on subjects like Photochemistry, which are connected to Photopolymer.
Martina H. Stenzel has included themes like Living free-radical polymerization, Acrylate, Glycopolymer, Dispersity and Living polymerization in her Chain transfer study. The concepts of her Raft study are interwoven with issues in Diels alder, Macromolecule and Styrene. Her Radical polymerization research incorporates elements of End-group and Atom-transfer radical-polymerization.
Nanoparticle, Drug delivery, Polymer, Micelle and Nanotechnology are her primary areas of study. Her Polymer research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Glass fiber, Nanocomposite and Visible spectrum. The Micelle study combines topics in areas such as Copolymer, Ethylene glycol, Spheroid and Self-assembly.
Her work on Chain transfer expands to the thematically related Ethylene glycol. Her Self-assembly research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Polymerization, Amphiphile, Macromolecule, Polymer chemistry and Aqueous solution. As part of her studies on Polymer chemistry, Martina H. Stenzel often connects relevant subjects like Conjugated system.
Martina H. Stenzel spends much of her time researching Nanoparticle, Nanotechnology, Micelle, Drug delivery and Copolymer. Martina H. Stenzel interconnects Polymersome and Acrylate in the investigation of issues within Nanoparticle. Her research integrates issues of Fructose, Radical polymerization, Phenacyl bromide and Raft in her study of Acrylate.
Her research in Micelle intersects with topics in Internalization, In vitro and Drug carrier. Within one scientific family, Martina H. Stenzel focuses on topics pertaining to Glycopolymer under Drug delivery, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Combinatorial chemistry, Lectin, Concanavalin A and HeLa. Copolymer is the subject of her research, which falls under Polymer.
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RAFTing down under: Tales of missing radicals, fancy architectures, and mysterious holes
Christopher Barner-Kowollik;Thomas P. Davis;Johan P. A. Heuts;Martina H. Stenzel.
Journal of Polymer Science Part A (2003)
Complex polymer architectures via RAFT polymerization: From fundamental process to extending the scope using click chemistry and nature's building blocks
Andrew Gregory;Martina H. Stenzel.
Progress in Polymer Science (2012)
Well-defined protein-polymer conjugates via in situ RAFT polymerization.
Cyrille Boyer;Volga Bulmus;Jingquan Liu;Thomas P. Davis.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2007)
Complex Macromolecular Architectures by Reversible Addition Fragmentation Chain Transfer Chemistry: Theory and Practice
Leonie Barner;Thomas P. Davis;Martina H. Stenzel;Christopher Barner-Kowollik.
Macromolecular Rapid Communications (2007)
Xanthate Mediated Living Polymerization of Vinyl Acetate: A Systematic Variation in MADIX/RAFT Agent Structure
Martina H. Stenzel;Lyndal Cummins;G. Evan Roberts;Thomas P. Davis.
Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics (2003)
Synthesis of glycopolymers and their multivalent recognitions with lectins
S. R. Simon Ting;Gaojian Chen;Martina H. Stenzel.
Polymer Chemistry (2010)
Acid-degradable polymers for drug delivery: a decade of innovation
Sandra Binauld;Martina H. Stenzel.
Chemical Communications (2013)
Star polymer synthesis using trithiocarbonate functional β‐cyclodextrin cores (reversible addition–fragmentation chain‐transfer polymerization)
Martina H. Stenzel;Thomas P. Davis.
Journal of Polymer Science Part A (2002)
Formation of honeycomb‐structured, porous films via breath figures with different polymer architectures
Martina Stenzel;Christopher Barner-Kowollik;Thomas Davis.
Journal of Polymer Science Part A (2006)
Building nanostructures using RAFT polymerization
Cyrille Boyer;Martina Heide Stenzel;Thomas Paul Davis.
Journal of Polymer Science Part A (2011)
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