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Postdoctoral Position available !  (more information)

Our research focuses on understanding of how cellular pathways are intertwined 4-dimensionally in live cells. In order to study 4-D dynamic biological pathways  we  develop and apply novel bioanalytical and biophysical tools.  Projects include 1.Understanding 4D functional network of energy metabolism in living cells (R01 funded) using home-built Lattice Light Sheet Microscope, 2. the development of an advanced versatile nano-reaction chamber designed to detect transient protein-protein interactions in liquid-liquid phase separated condensates . In our lab, students are trained in cross-disciplinary research at the chemistry-biology-physics interface by building cutting edge microscopy/spectroscopy systems, fabricating nano-reaction chambers and flow cells, and studying the interactions between biomolecules in real time in vivo and in vitro.