Watching the inner life of a cell

Cellular processes are orchestrated by a large number of protein and nucleic acid molecules in a small volume. In order to elucidate how these molecules work together, we take a microscopy approach that systematically maps their spatial organization, activity profile and temporal dynamics.


We are particularly interested in the following problems:

In order to study these systems, we are developing the following microscopy technologies:


Research updates

zebrafish screening
(PLoS ONE 2016)
Creating a GFP
knock-in library
(PNAS 2016)
Protein labeling
using FP11 tags
(Nat. Comm. 2016)

Lab updates...