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Location: Hôpital Institut Curie, Rue d'Ulm, Paris, France

The team research is focused on developing and applying advanced single molecule imaging tools for cell biology. To this end, the group combines novel optical, computational and labelling methods in order to localize, track, or count individual molecules in their cellular context. It owns several home-built microscopy set-ups, including a multifocus microscope for 3D imaging, a set-up combining FCS and single molecule, two TIRF single molecule microscopes, and a system combining single molecule detection, micropatterning and optogenetic manipulation. The lab is equipped with all the equipments (incubators, hood,…) required for live cell imaging and sample preparation.