Marileen Dogterom lab
The assembly, force generation and organization of cytoskeletal polymers lies at the basis of many essential cellular processes. The research objective of this group is to gain a quantitative understanding of the physics behind these cytoskeleton-based processes. This is achieved through a combination of in vitro experiments in simplified physically and biochemically controlled microfabricated environments, theoretical modelling and, increasingly, experiments in living cells.
Coupling between dynein and microtubule(c) AMOLF/Tremani
11 December 2017
Kasper Spoelstra joins the lab for his master end project
29 July 2017
The Dogterom Lab was part of the Physiology Course 2017 at MBL in Woods Hole. Thanks to everybody involved for fantastic two weeks!
5 July 2017
Congratulations to Arent, Teodora, and Daniel for their Bachelor theses!
14 February 2017
Welcome to bachelor students Arent Kievits, Teodora Trandafir and Daniel Landré
1 February 2016
Welcome to Vladimir Volkov (Postdoc)
18 January 2016
Welcome to Kim Vendel (PhD)