Biophysics RESEARCH GROUP

 
 

Biophysics is an interdisciplinary branch of science that studies the structure and function of biological systems from a physical perspective. In biophysics, a variety of experimental, computational, and theoretical tools from physics, mathematics, computer science and biology are used to unravel the basic principles governing the assembly, dynamics, and function of living systems at several levels of complexity: from single molecules to whole organisms. Our lab is currently working in three areas: Membrane structure and assembly, Molecular mechanics and Systems biology... (see more)

about us

Membrane structure

RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES

The laboratory currently has openings on the undergraduate, graduate and postdoctoral levels. If interested, please contact cleidy@uniandes.edu.co or anforero@uniandes.edu.co.


In this interdisciplinary laboratory there will be opportunities for researchers with backgrounds in biology, microbiology, biochemistry, engineering, physics, medicine, and mathematics. You are very welcome to contact us.

NEWS AND EVENTS

systems biology

MOLECULAR MECHANICS