Exploration of biological interfaces

Biological interfaces play a significant role in shaping dynamic systems, such as cell-cell interactions, cell dynamics, response to environmental stimuli, organismic interplay, or host-pathogen interactions. Our global research focus is to explore and transform these vibrant processes at biological interfaces to maintaining the organism’s integrity and counterbalance dysregulated processes.

Under the umbrella of this overaching research focus, there are three subgroups to which various research teams contribute:

A. Modulating organismic interfaces

B. Membrane interfaces driving cell dynamics

C. Shaping immune interfaces