Recruiting Group Leaders

The following group leaders will be recruiting PhD Students in 2017.

Biology
Biophysics
CompBio

Simon Alberti

Macromolecular assemblies and the organization of cytoplasm across space and time
Biology

Suzanne Eaton

Long-range cell communication and tissue organization in the developing wing of Drosophila
Biology
Biophysics

Michael Hiller

Computational Biology and Evolutionary Genomics: Discovering phenotype-genotype associations
CompBio

Alf Honigmann

Bio-membrane organization and function
Biophysics
Biology

Anthony Hyman

Organization of Cytoplasm
Biology
Biophysics

Florian Jug

Quantitative Bioimage Computation — Computer Vision and Machine Learning to Facilitate Biological Research
CompBio

Moritz Kreysing

Biophotonics and self-organization
Biophysics
Biology

Gene Myers

Exploring Cells & Systems via Image Analysis and Customized Microscopy
CompBio

Caren Norden

The retina: from simple epithelium to complex neuronal network
Biology

Gaia Pigino

Structural and functional studies of cilia and Intraflagellar Transport by 3D cryo-EM
Biology
Biophysics

Jochen Rink

Scale and proportion during planarian regeneration
Biology
CompBio

Ivo Sbalzarini

The MOSAIC Group: Scientific Computing for Image-based Systems Biology
CompBio
Biophysics

Andrej Shevchenko

Mass spectrometry in functional characterization of biological molecules
Biology

Jacqueline Tabler

Cell biology and dynamics of skull growth
Biology

Dora Tang

Dynamic protocellular systems
Biology
Biophysics

Pavel Tomancak

Patterns of gene expression in animal development
Biology
CompBio

Vasily Zaburdaev

Collective dynamics of cells
Biophysics

Christoph Zechner

Adaptive Biosystems
CompBio

Marino Zerial

Principles of cell and tissue organization: from endocytosis to a systems understanding of liver structure and function
Biology
CompBio