We are looking for motivated postdoctoral fellows and PhD students to work on our ERC funded project "MOTORS"

The Advanced Fluorescence Imaging and Biophysics group
Is a multidisciplinary group that works at the interface of physics, biology and chemistry. We are developing fluorescence imaging techniques with high spatiotemporal resolution and applying these techniques to study questions in biology ranging from neuroscience, cell biology to virology. Our aim is to elucidate fundamental biological questions that also have important implications for health.
Recent News
22 April 2015

Our recent publication in Cell in collaboration with the Cosma lab at CRG is recommended in Faculty of 1000 by Prof. Laszlo Tora. You can read about Prof. Tora's recommendation here.

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12 March 2015

Congratulations to Maria Aurelia and Carlo for their publication in Cell. Watch the video abstract here

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February 2015

Jason is awarded a Marie Curie Fellowship for his research proposal "Visualising Chromatin Architecture and Dynamics at the Nanometre Scale with Super-Resolution Fluorescence Microscopy". Congratulations Jason!

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