Contact

Spatz, Joachim P.
Joachim P. Spatz
Phone: +49 6221 486-420
+49 711 689-3610
Room: R.161A


Böhm, Heike
Heike Böhm
Phone: +49 6221 54-5062
Room: 211

Departmental Group Leader

General Scientific & Educational Coordinator

Max Planck School Matter to Life

Cavalcanti-Adam, Elisabetta Ada
Elisabetta Ada Cavalcanti-Adam
Phone: +49 6221 486 433
+49 6221 54-5064
Fax: +49 6221 486 419
Room: 217
Kemkemer, Ralf
Ralf Kemkemer
Phone: +49 711 689-3516
+49 7121 271-2070
Room: 5P 01

Departmental Groups

Cellular Biophysics, Synthetic Bottom-Up Assembly of Cells, Molecular and Materials Systems Engineering - Find information about the different projects here.

Cellular Biophysics and Engineering (Joachim P. Spatz)

Cellular Biophysics, Synthetic Bottom-Up Assembly of Cells, Molecular and Materials Systems Engineering - Find information about the different projects here. [more]
Many mammalian cells are enveloped by a sugar-protein coat. This coat plays a maior role in all interactions of the cell with its environment. Thus our main research interest is the analysis of the dynamic properties of this pericellular matrix.

Biophysics of Cellular Interactions (Heike Böhm)

Many mammalian cells are enveloped by a sugar-protein coat. This coat plays a maior role in all interactions of the cell with its environment. Thus our main research interest is the analysis of the dynamic properties of this pericellular matrix. [more]
The goal of the group is to determine how nanoscale features of the extracellular environment control cell function. We focus on the spatial regulation of integrin receptor clustering and on the cross talk with other transmembrane receptors.

Growth Factor Mechanobiology (Ada Cavalcanti-Adam)

The goal of the group is to determine how nanoscale features of the extracellular environment control cell function. We focus on the spatial regulation of integrin receptor clustering and on the cross talk with other transmembrane receptors. [more]
We are interested in biophysical aspects of dynamic cellular reorganizations, in the development of cell-type specific biomaterials, and in cellular controller systems.

Cell Mechanics and Migration (Ralf Kemkemer)

We are interested in biophysical aspects of dynamic cellular reorganizations, in the development of cell-type specific biomaterials, and in cellular controller systems. [more]
 
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