May 27, 2015

Biological & Environmental Physics

Actinosphaerium living cell

Light field image of a Actinosphaerium living cell. Image by Mai Tran.

Explore the inner workings of the living cell or the mechanisms of climate change using tools and methods that are inspired by a physicist’s approach to study nature.

Experience the excitement of building sophisticated instruments for looking into cells or “sniffing” at them to discover the molecules and dynamic architecture that make them tick. Participate in the development of physical and mathematical models for microscope imaging, for micro-fluidics or for dynamic cellular events. Bring to bear both the experimental and theoretical wisdom of a physicist’s view of nature.

Work with scientists in these laboratories at the MBL:

The Ecosystems Center

Eugene Bell Center

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

Department of Physics

Department of Molecular Pharmacology, Physiology & Biotechnology