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Interdisciplinary research with focus on single cell analysis

The picture shows a tailored microfluidic structure, one of the corner stones of the research in the group. Photo: Amin Banaeiyan.

We are an interdisciplinary research group with focus on single cell analysis and biomimetics. The research is centered on developing experimental, physical techniques that in the end will be applied in medicine and life science.

By combining the visualization possible of modern imaging techniques with the spatial and temporal control of the sample provided by optical manipulation and microfluidics we can study the dynamic responses and properties of single cells.

The three corner stones in our research

Tailored microfluidic structures

Tailored microfluidic structures and pumping systems for dynamic control of the micro environment around the biological sample. These are used in the single cell studies and for biomimetics. Read more about our microfluidics research

Laser based optical manipulation techniques

Laser based optical manipulation techniques (such as optical tweezers, holographic optical tweezers, laser scalpels and optical force measurements) for non-invasive and sterile manipulation and probing of single cells. Read more about our optical manipulation techniques

Advanced optical imaging and spectroscopy techniques

Advanced optical imaging and spectroscopy techniques for temporal and spatial visualization of cellular responses through, either via autofluorescent proteins or fluorescently probed fusionproteins. Read more about our optical imaging and spectrosopy techniques


Caroline Beck Adiels | 031-786 9123 | caroline.adiels@physics.gu.se

Contact Information

Caroline Beck Adiels

Origovägen 6B, 412 96 Göteborg

Visiting Address:
Office S1043, Soliden

46 (0)31 786 9123

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Utskriftsdatum: 2020-04-09