Watching the inner life of a cell

Cellular processes are carried out by coordinated participation of many biomolecules in a tiny volume. In order to elucide how these molecules work together, we are developing new imaging techniques that enables their direct visualization. We take a multidisciplinary approach that combines engineering new imaging probes, pushing the resolution of optical microscopy, as well as devising novel image analysis and modeling tools.


We are particularly interested in the following problems:

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


Research updates

Creating a GFP knock-in library (PNAS 2016) Protein labeling using FP11 tags (Nat. Comm. 2016) Multi-color CRISPR imaging (Nucleic Acids Res. 2016)

Lab updates...