Insights into the inner life of living cells: Exploring cellular biophysics by single-molecule methods

The group focuses on the application of techniques from the emerging field of super-resolution microscopy to study cell biology. By combining physical concepts of imaging, photo-manipulation of fluorophores and quantitative read-out analyses, we aim at a single-molecule description of cellular structures and processes.

 

 

 

 

 


 

Education

Diploma in Physics, Bonn University (2008)

PhD (Dr. rer. nat.), Applied Laser Physics and Laser Spectroscopy, Bielefeld University (2012)

 


Postdoctoral Training

Postdoc, Biotechnology and Biophysics, Würzburg University (2012-2013)

Postdoc, Institute of Physical and Theoretical Chemistry, Goethe-University Frankfurt (2013-2014)

Group Leader at the Department of Systems and Synthetic Microbiology, MPI Marburg (10/2014 - ??/2020)

Associate Professor in Biophysics, CMU 


 

Endesfelder lab – Single Molecule Biophysics
Department of Physics
Carnegie Mellon University
500 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213

e-mail: uendesfe@andrew.cmu.edu
website: www.endesfelder-lab.org