Modern microscopy allows us to directly observe how a cell moves and organizes its architecture up to single molecule resolution. We apply cutting edge microscopy techniques to visualize cellular and molecular dynamics.

The major interest of the lab is to understand how internal cellular roadways - microtubules - define cell organization by delivery of signals and organelles. Microtubule organization is very diverse in specialized cell types. To fully understand geometry and physics of microtubule networks and trafficking,  computational models simulating cellular architecture are needed.

We will consider postdoctoral candidates with strong computational biology background for modeling projects.
Please contact us if you are interested.  

To learn more about possible project directions please visit our research page by clicking the links below:

1. Golgi-derived MTs & Their Functions

2. Role of MTs in Pancreatic Insulin Secretion