Assistant Professor Department of Molecular Biology, Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Genetics, Harvard Medical School
Our group is interested in understanding the structural and biophysical determinants of membrane morphology. Active areas of interest include: mitochondrial dynamics (and cristae morphology), bacterial ultrastructure, and plasma membrane projections.... Read more about Luke H. Chao (He/ Him/ His)
Professor of Radiology, Harvard Medical School Director, Gordon Center for Medical Imaging, and Massachusetts General Hospital PET Core Co-Director, Division of Nuclear Medicine & Molecular Imaging (Research)
The mission of the Center for Advanced Radiological Sciences (CARS) is the development of new medical imaging technologies and their application in research and clinical settings.... Read more about Georges El Fakhri
Associate Professor, Harvard Medical School Wellman Center for Photomedicine, Massachusetts General Hospital
The Evans Lab’s research is focused on the development and clinical translation of optical tools to address challenges in biomedical research and clinical medicine. We use optical spectroscopy, imaging, and microscopy methods to detect, measure, and quantify what is otherwise invisible to address unmet needs in the care of patients. ... Read more about Conor L. Evans, Ph.D. (He/ Him/ His)
Giovanni Armenise-Harvard Professor of Basic Medical Sciences Department of Biological Chemistry and Molecular Pharmacology, Harvard Medical School and Boston Children's Hospital Investigator, Howard Hughes Medical Institute
The overall objective of our research is to understand how protein interactions determine subcellular structure. We use direct structural approaches – principally X-ray crystallography, often in combination with electron microscopy – to determine the atomic organization of macromolecular complexes.... Read more about Stephen C. Harrison
Harvard Medical School
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HHMI Laboratory of Molecular Medicine
Enders Research Building, Children's Hospital
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Professor of Cell Biology, Professor of Pediatrics, Harvard Medical School Springer Family Chair, Boston Children's Hospital
Our objective is to bridge the gap between molecules and cells, either as independent entities in culture, as components of organoids, or as components of living tissues.... Read more about Tomas Kirchhausen
Gordon McKay Professor of Applied Physics and Professor of Molecular and Cellular Biology John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology, Harvard University
The Needleman laboratory investigates how the cooperative behaviors of molecules give rise to the architecture and dynamics of self-organizing subcellular structures.
Assistant Professor Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology Department of Applied Physics, Harvard University
The Prigozhin lab is involved in collaborative and interdisciplinary work in the area of single-cell and single-molecule biophysics of transmembrane signaling. We are particularly interested in cryo-vitrification, all kinds of electron and optical microscopy, and G-protein-coupled receptors. Let us know what you are excited about!... Read more about Maxim Prigozhin, Ph.D. (He/ Him/ His)
Professor of Radiology, Department of Radiology, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School Director, Athinoula A. Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging
The development and utilization of physiological and functional NMR techniques. Our work is centered at the interface between technology development and biological/clinical applications.... Read more about Bruce R. Rosen, M.D., Ph.D.
Pfizer-Laubach Career Development Associate Professor Institute for Medical Engineering & Science and Department of Chemistry, MIT Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research/ Ragon Institute/ Broad Institute/ HMS/ MGH
Development and application of new technologies that facilitate understanding of how immune cells collectively perform systems-level functions in health and disease.