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Imaging is a powerful way of revealing what is at work in biological processes and pathways. A broad range of techniques can be used to image molecules, cells and tissues at different scales and resolutions.
Cellular Adaptive Behaviour Lab
System Neuroscience and Energy Control Laboratory
Organelle Dynamics Laboratory
Macromolecular Machines Laboratory
Visual Biochemistry Laboratory
Polarity and Patterning Networks Laboratory
Neuronal Circuits and Behaviour Laboratory
State-Dependent Neural Processing Laboratory
Heart Development Laboratory
Single Molecule Enzymology Laboratory
Mechanobiology and Biophysics Laboratory
Neural Circuits and Evolution Laboratory
Cortical Circuits Laboratory
Structural Biology of Cells and Viruses
Tumour Cell Biology Laboratory
Visual Circuit Assembly Laboratory
Cellular Degradation Systems Laboratory
Microtubule Cytoskeleton Architecture and Dynamics Laboratory
Immune Receptor Activation Laboratory
Molecular Cell Biology of Autophagy Laboratory
In Vivo Imaging
A joint Crick-Imperial College London funded PhD position for the 2019 programme between the labs of Ilaria Malanchi and Molly Stevens.
This sandwich placement will be based in the Electron Microscopy STP supervised by Lucy Collinson.