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The "Molecular Microscopy Research Group" is part of the "Single-molecule Biophysics"-unit at the Zernike Institute for Advanced Materials (University of Groningen, The Netherlands). Our research is question-driven and we aim to understand fundamental mechanistic aspects of membrane transport proteins such as ABC-importers.  Our main tools are fluorescence and single-molecule microscopy (confocal & epi-fluorescence/TIRF), Förster-resonance energy-transfer as well super-resolution imaging (STORM/PALM). We are further active in developing (single-molecule) assays as well as photostable and switchable fluorescent probes.
If you are interested in our activities, have a look in the research section, the job pages or directly get in touch with us.
Contact: Molecular Microscopy Research Group, Zernike Institute for Advanced Materials, University of Groningen, Nijenborgh 4, 9747 AG Groningen, The Netherlands; +31-(0)-50-363-3385 (secretary) or -9199 (fax); e-mail: t.m.cordes(AT)rug.nl

Latest News

04 / 2014

Welcome to Alex Fast…

… who visits us from the group of Suzanne Blum at Irvine!

03 / 2014

Welcome to a new PhD student!

Atieth Aminian started her PhD as a shared project between UAB Barcelona and our group!

03 / 2014

Giorgos won the “Young Investigator Award” on the ABC 2014 in Innsbruck!!!

Congratulations and continue harvesting poster prices Giorgos…