Research interests:

We are experimentalists. My lab uses fluorescence microscopy, lipid physical chemistry, and fluid mechanics to investigate the mechanical principles underlying the response of living cells to fluid flow. 

Teaching: I am currently teaching Physics 031, Introduction to Quantum Mechanics.  The course site (for registered students) is here. 

Previously I co-taught Physics 472, Biophysics of the Cell (with Prof. Vavylonis). 



News

Welcome to our new postdoc, Larissa Socrier! She has come from University of Technology of Compiègne, France.

Our first paper, describing how glass support increases the miscibility transition temperature of a membrane, is published. It's now online at BBA


The lab in August 2017: getting crowded, with new giant microscope. 













Goodbye summer 2017 students!  













The group in July 2017












Fernanda machines aluminum








































A temperature stage for the microscope!  















Soldering production line 






















Microfluidic channels made by the the BDSI team
















The empty lab, November 2016.