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Michael Vershinin

Michael's work is centered on understanding biological processes across many scales, from atomic and molecular scale up to the scale of living systems. He is interested in quantitatively elucidating how molecular processes associated with cytoskeletal proteins give rise to related cellular structure and function. It is now possible to map out the cytoskeleton and associated proteins in a given cell with nanoscale precision via either electron microscopy or super-resolution fluorescence-based studies.

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Biophysics

Saveez Saffarian

Saveez's lab focuses on enveloped RNA viruses including HIV, SARS-CoV-2 and VSV, mainly studying their assembly and replication. He also develops and use novel optical microscopy methods to visualize mechanism of viral replication in live cells.

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Biophysics

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Michael Vershinin

Saveez Saffarian

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