We currently study the function of nucleocytoplasmic network systems in nuclear shaping and meiotic chromosome dynamics
We investigate the molecular organization and evolutionary history of the mammalian meiotic chromosome
We study the adaptive and dynamic pleomorphism of parasites on the molecular, cellular and organismic level
Our research focuses on membrane biophysics of living cells and biomimetic model systems.
We investigate how African trypanosomes and Leishmania parasites adapt to different host environments
We study spatial aspects of mRNA metabolism in trypanosomes aiming to understand gene regulation.
We study the eukaryotic cytoskeleton and motor proteins.