Cell Biology and Biophysics

Cuylen Group - Cellular phase separation by surfactants
Deo Group - Building next-generation fluorescent tools for biological imaging
Diz-Muñoz Group - Mechanics of cellular signalling
Ellenberg Group - Systems biology of cell division and nuclear organisation
Häring Group - Chromosome structure and dynamics
Hufnagel Group - Dynamics of cell growth and tissue architecture
Jechlinger Group - Mechanisms of oncogene dependence and tumour relapse
Köhler Group - Self-organisation in meiosis
Kreshuk Group - Machine learning for bioimage analysis
Pepperkok Team - Membrane traffic and organelle biogenesis
Prevedel Group - Advanced optical techniques for deep tissue microscopy
Ries Group - Superresolution microscopy for structural cell biology
Schwab Team - Volume correlative light and electron microscopy

Developmental Biology

Crocker Group - Gene regulation during evolution and development
De Renzis Group
- Cell dynamics and signalling during morphogenesis
Ephrussi Group - RNA localisation and localised translation in development
Hiiragi Group - Symmetry breaking and self-organisation
Rapti Group - Initiation of nervous system assembly

Directors' Research

Leptin Group - Cell shape and morphogenesis: subcellular and supracellular mechanisms

Genome Biology

Savitski Team - Stability proteomics for assessing the state of the proteome

Structural and Computational Biology

Alexandrov Team - Spatial metabolomics
Eustermann Group - Exploring the chromatin landscape by cryo-electron microscopy
Gavin Group - Biomolecular networks in health and disease
Mahamid Group - In-cell structural analysis of phase separation and molecular crowding

EMBL Barcelona

Haase Group - Engineering vascularised tissue-specific disease models
Trivedi Group
- Self-organization in multi-cellular systems

EMBL Grenoble

Galej Group - Structure and function of RNA-protein complexes

EMBL Hamburg

Meijers Group - Structural biology of cell surface receptors
Wilmanns Group - Structure and function of molecular machinery for protein translocation across membranes

EMBL-EBI Hinxton

Uhlmann Group - Mathematical models for bioimage analysis