Max Planck Partner Groups

We are trying to understand how mechanical forces working at molecular, cellular, and multicellular length-scales support the collective dynamics of epithelial cells.

Tamal Das: Collective Cellular Dynamics Lab

We are trying to understand how mechanical forces working at molecular, cellular, and multicellular length-scales support the collective dynamics of epithelial cells.

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We focus on the design, synthesis, and fabrication of multifunctional molecular and supramolecular materials for biomedical applications. Special interest is devoted to study the cell-material interaction for improving novel adoptive cell therapies for the treatment of cancer.

Judith Guasch: Dynamic Biomimetics for Cancer Immunotherapy

We focus on the design, synthesis, and fabrication of multifunctional molecular and supramolecular materials for biomedical applications. Special interest is devoted to study the cell-material interaction for improving novel adoptive cell therapies for the treatment of cancer. [more]
Our research is focused on the study of the interaction between cells and the extracellular matrix (ECM) as well as cell-cell interactions with a focus on how these interactions regulate the structure and dynamics of the cell. Understanding the mechanisms underlying these interactions is highly relevant for the investigation of biological processes such as cell survival, proliferation, differentiation, and migration.

Diego Pallarola: Nanoelectronics for Cellular Interfaces

Our research is focused on the study of the interaction between cells and the extracellular matrix (ECM) as well as cell-cell interactions with a focus on how these interactions regulate the structure and dynamics of the cell. Understanding the mechanisms underlying these interactions is highly relevant for the investigation of biological processes such as cell survival, proliferation, differentiation, and migration. [more]
 
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