Discher Lab -- Biophysical Eng'g. Lab:

in Molecular & Cell Biophysics  and  NanoBioPolymers

 

Nucleus, Stem cells, Matrix:

Science 2013

Minimal Self Peptide: Science 2013

Polymers and assembly.

 

 

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We are a diverse group of scientists & engineers with interests spanning molecular & cell biology and physics to polymer nano-engineering. The Nucleus, Cytoskeleton, & Stem Cell Differentiation are core biological interests as is Phagocytosis and Cell Membrane dynamics.  In Materials Biology & Drug Delivery, we develop and apply polymers in vivo as well as in vitro, from Block Copolymers for Self-Assembly/Nanoparticles (Polymersomes & Filomicelles) to Gels of Controlled MicroElasticity characterized by AFM.  Methods & Materials constantly evolve but vary from additional Nano/Micro physical tools and super-resolution fluroescence to recombinants & mutants, synthetic polymers & peptides, and molecular profiling.

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2014-12-11