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I am interested in reconstructing cell processes from a computational and an in vivo perspective. I like this approach since the reconstructed models can have many technical applications besides the understanding about the process they are built to represent. Right now I'm working on endocytosis and nuclear transport.
I am a tech working on a range of projects in the lab.
Visiting Clinical Fellow
Visiting Fellow in the Simon Lab from Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. Doing research for two years on hiatus from general surgery residency at Montefiore Medical Center of Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, NY.
Michelle's work focuses on studying the dynamic interactions between cells and viruses, specifically by using and developing advanced imaging-based approaches to study the biogenesis of single HIV-1 virions in live cells.
Melissa is a first year graduate fellow who is broadly interested in imaging an aspect of cancer metastasis.
Daniel Scott Johnson
I am developing new microscopy techniques as well as studying viral particle formation.
Joshua S. Mincer
Theoretical and computational modeling of complex biological systems at long timescales; integration of theory and experiment; specific interests: anesthesia, nuclear pore complex, HIV assembly, ClpX.
Constantin "Nick" Takacs
I am setting-up live cell imaging tools for analyzing viral assembly at the single particle level.