Our group "Molecular Microscopy" is part of the research unit "Single-molecule Biophysics" at the Zernike Institute for Advanced Materials. Research in the group revolves around different aspects of biophysical chemistry. Our first focus are mechanistic investigations of membrane-transport proteins to create links between protein structure and their working mechanisms. Our second area of interest lies in physical chemistry, where we explore novel routes to visualize chemical reactions with single-molecule methods. For this we use and further develop fluorescence and single-molecule microscopy (confocal & epi-fluorescence/TIRF), as well super-resolution imaging (STORM/PALM).
… in Nature Chemistry and ChemPhysChem – congratulations to Jasper, Evelyn, Matthias, Jens and thanks to our collaborators Gerard Roelfes and Suzanne Blum!
- after sunny month in Indonesia and finishing her degree, Florence is back to start her PhD-project on ABC-transporters with us!