Bausch Group

Prof. Dr. Andreas Bausch

Understanding complex biomaterials on a fundamental physical basis is an integral challenge of future biophysical research. This challenge can be addressed by the concerted application of new experimental tools of soft condensed matter physics to living cells and bio-mimetic model systems.

In our group we concentrate on the one hand on developing new physical tools to address the underlying complexity and mechanisms and on the other hand on developing new biomaterials for applications ranging from biomedicine to functional food.

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Latest Publications

 

N. Elkhatib, M. B. Neu, C. Zensen, K. M. Schmoller, D. Louvard, A. R. Bausch, T. Betz, D. M. Vignjevic (2014)
Fascin Plays a Role in Stress Fiber Organization and Focal Adhesion Disassembly
Current Biology, 24, 1492-1499 Link:  [download]


K. W. Müller, R. F.Bruinsma, O. Lieleg, A. R. Bausch, W. A. Wall and A. J. Levine (2014)
Rheology of Semiflexible Bundle Networks with Transient Linkers
Physical Review Letters, 112, 238102. Link:  [download]



Research Areas

Complex Microfluidics and Biomaterials
Cytoskeleton and Biopolymer Networks
Mechanosensing
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