October 23, 2014

Cell Biology

Mouse Intestine Section. Photo by Blair Rossetti

Learn about the dynamics of living cells – the timely and coordinated assembly and disassembly of macromolecular structures essential for the proper functioning and differentiation of cells, the spatial and temporal organization of these structures, and their physiological and genetic control. The program also develops powerful new imaging and manipulation instruments and devices that permit such studies directly in living cells. Work with scientists who share common interests in the molecular bases of cellular physiology.

Work with scientists in these laboratories at the MBL:

The Bay Paul Center
The Cellular Dynamics Program

 

Learn about additional research opportunities, and apply through these programs at Brown:

Department of Molecular Biology, Cell Biology and Biochemistry

Department of Molecular Microbiology and Immunology