OPEN POSTDOC POSITIONS
1) Biologists with background in membrane protein expression, purification and characterization
2) Physicists with background in atomic force microscopy development, application and data analysis
… for the analysis of dynamics in transmembrane channels, transporters and receptors in response to environmental stimuli
You are on the webpage of the Bio-AFM-Lab @ Weill Cornell Medicine, New York, USA
We perform atomic force microscopy (AFM) based research of biological samples, with a particular interest in membrane phenomena. Our data reports about the structure, dynamics, diffusion, interaction, mechanics and supramolecular assembly of membrane proteins and other membrane constituents.
- Membrane protein
- Membrane structure
- Membrane dynamics
- Conformational changes
- Supramolecular assembly
- High-speed Atomic Force Microscopy
- High-resolution Atomic Force Microscopy
- High-speed Force Spectroscopy
- AFM Force Spectroscopy
- Single molecule
This site provides contact information, references of publications, etc.
You are welcome!