A quantitative understanding of biological processes is the main objective of biophysics. At the institute of molecular and cellular biophysics we join efforts to unravel the fundamental mechanisms underlying such processes with interdisciplinary approaches.


Next Talks

Microtubule Geometry determines Direction of Traffic Flow during ciliary transport
Speaker: Gaia Pigino
Date: (2016) | Room: PH 127

The mechanism of ATP-dependent chromatin remodeling
Speaker: Felix Müller-Planitz
Date: (2016) | Room: PH 127

Physical Guidance of Cell Migration
Speaker: Wolfgang Losert
Date: (2016) | Room: PH 127

Latest Publications


F. M. Hecht and A. R. Bausch (2016)
Kinetically guided colloidal structure formation
PNAS Early Edition, doi: 10.1073/pnas.1605114113 Link:  [download]

J. Deek, F. Hecht, L. Rossetti, K. Wißmiller, A. R. Bausch (2016)
Mechanics of soft epithelial keratin networks depend on modular filament assembly kinetics
Acta Biomaterialia, in press, doi:10.1016/j.actbio.2016.07.010 Link:  [download]

E. Loiseau, J. A. M. Schneider, F. C. Keber, C. Pelzl, G. Massiera, G. Salbreux, A. R. Bausch (2016)
Shape remodeling and blebbing of active cytoskeletal vesicles
Science Advances; 2 : e1500465 Link:  [download]

Prof. Dr. Andreas Bausch (E27 Chair)
Cellular Biophysics

Prof. Dr. Hendrik Dietz
Laboratory for Biomolecular

Prof. Dr. Thorsten Hugel
Single Molecule Detection
and Manipulation

Dr. Zeynep Ökten

Intracellular Transport Processes

Prof. Dr. Matthias Rief (E22 Chair)
Protein Folding and Molecular Motors

Prof. Dr. Erich Sackmann (Emeritus)
Physics of Biomaterials

PD Dr. Günther Woehlke
Microtubule-dependent processes