Her research is focused on the development of micro- and nanostructured biointerfaces and their application to study plasma membrane organization and associated cellular signaling processes. Currently, she is particularly excited about DNA Origami and how they can be used to elucidate the molecular mechanisms of early T-cell signaling.
Assistant Professorship for Eva Sevcsik
Eva Sevcsik is now Assistant Professor in the Biophysics group. Congratulations!