Science Advances accepted our paper on our optical tweezers and HS-AFM studies of self-assembly of hepatitis B virus.
Post-doc Adéla Melcrova won silver at the Young Speaker Contest of the 2021 Fysica meeting with her talk: 'No pores: The unexpected physics of a new antibiotic'. Congratulations Adéla!
Our INFRAIA application MOSBRI has been granted, ranking 1st out of 65 applications! This Institut Pasteur (Paris) led consortium provides access to molecular biophysics research infrastructures all over Europe. From Groningen the Van der Wel, Vlijm and Roos labs are involved.
Welcome Sajitha and Sander! Sajitha Sasidharan starts her post-doc as Marie Curie fellow in the oLife consortium and Sander de Weerd starts a PhD under the joint supervision of the Salvati, Schuringa and Roos labs.
ACS Nano publication on HIV capsid protein self-assembly studied by High Speed AFM. Check out the movies!
Margherita Marchetti successfully defended her thesis. Well done Margherita!
She has started as Investment Analyst at Innovation Industries, an independent venture capital fund.
Welcome Chris van Ewijk! Chris starts his PhD on the Out-of-equilibrium chemical systems project focusing on High speed AFM approaches.
The second call for our Cofund oLife fellowship programme has been opened.
Eight post-doc positions in diverse fields are available.
Closing deadline 26 January 2020.
Welcome Yanping Gong and Martijn Middelkamp! Yanping starts as a CSC PhD student focusing on optical tweezers approaches. Martijn starts his PhD on the recently granted ECHO project.
Welcome Adéla Melcrova and Laura Dillingh! Adéla received a personal NWO grant to perform post-doctoral research in our lab. Laura starts a PhD under the joint supervision of the Palasantzas, Schuringa and Roos labs on the Physics of Cancer project.
Publication in Nano Letters on optical tweezers study of artificial virus self-assembly.
Welcome Rafa Lira! Rafa comes from the Max-Planck-Institut in Golm and will study membrane fusion.
The EU has awarded our Cofund oLife fellowship programme.
We are hiring 18 post-docs in diverse fields.
First HS-AFM output accepted: Science Advances publication on ESCRT-III dynamics.
The 2019 GRC Physical Virology (20 - 25 January 2019) was a great success, excellent science and networking. See you hopefully in 2021 at the next meeting!
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