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Marina Löscher

Surname Löscher
First name Marina
Nationality German
Present position and title MBA
Scientific Project & Financial Management

Business address

Institute for Ophthalmic Research
University of Tübingen
Elfriede-Aulhorn-Strasse 7
D-72076 Tübingen,

Phone: +49 (0)7071 29 87881
Fax: +49 (0)7071 29 25241
E-mail: marina.loescher[at]

Academic Education

Year Degree University Field of study
2013 - 2016 MBA University of Applied Sciences Hamburg (HFH), Germany General Management
2009 Semester abroad University of Copenhagen, Denmark Aroma analysis, sensory and consumer science
2005 - 2012 Diploma University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart, Germany Nutritional Science

Professional Experience

Period Institution Position Discipline
Since 2015 Schnichels Lab, University Eye Hospital Tübingen Scientific Project and Financial Management
2013 – 2015 BioRegio STERN Management GmbH Trainee Cluster Management Medicine Economic Development Biotech/Medtech

Professional Activities and Functions

Invited Presentations

09/2018 Nanotechnologie-Workshop auf dem DOG-Kongress, Bonn: „Nanopartikel zur therapeutischen Anwendung an der Augenoberfläche“
12/2016 Drug delivery meet & match, KIT Karlsruhe: “nano-I-drops”
11/2015 Special Interest Group Excubation Event, Cubex41 Mannheim: “nano-I-drops”

Academic Awards

2015 Science4Life (Business Plan Competition), Winner Idea + Concept Phase

Selected Publications

  1. Löscher M, Hurst J, Strudel L, Spitzer MS, Schnichels S. Nanoparticles as drug delivery systems in ophthalmology. Ophthalmologe. 2018 Mar;115(3):184-189.
  2. J. Hurst, K. Hofmann, M. Vitkute, S. Mueller, M. Löscher,  K.U. Bartz-Schmidt, M. S. Spitzer, S. Schnichels&, K. Januschowski. Comparison of Different Cell Culture Media in the Model of the Isolated and Superfused Bovine Retina: Investigating the Limits of More Physiological Perfusion Solutions. Curr Eye Res. 2017
  3. G. Kanuri, M. Landmann, J. Priebs, A. Spruss, M. Löscher, D. Ziegenhardt, C. Röhl, C. Degen, I. Bergheim. Moderate alcohol consumption diminishes the development of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) in ob/ob mice. Eur J Nutr. 2016.