Cell Biology and Biophysics

Ellenberg Group - Systems biology of cell division and nuclear organisation
Ries Group - Cellular Nanoscopy
Schwab Team - Volume correlative light and electron microscopy

Developmental Biology

Peri Group - Microglia: the guardians of the developing brain

Directors' Research

Hentze Group - RNA biology, metabolism and molecular medicine

Genome Biology

Huber Group - Multi-omics and statistical computing
Korbel Group - Origin and function of genetic variation
Steinmetz Group - Systems genetics

Structural and Computational Biology

Alexandrov Team - Spatial metabolomics
Beck Group - Structure and function of large macromolecular assemblies
Bork Group - Deciphering function and evolution of biological systems
Briggs Group - Viruses and vesicles – cryo-electron microscopy and tomography
Gibson Team - Biological sequence analysis
Patil Group - Architecture and regulation of metabolic networks
Sachse Group - Single-particle cryo-electron microscopy of the machinery involved in abnormal protein aggregation
Zaugg Group - Personalised genomics to study genetic basis of complex diseases

EMBL Hamburg

Lamzin Group - Integrative modelling for structural biology
Svergun Group - Small-angle X-ray scattering from macromolecular solutions

EMBL-EBI Hinxton

Apweiler Team - Protein, cheminformatics and metabolism data
Bateman Group - Analysis of protein and RNA sequence
Beltrao Group - Evolution of cellular networks
Birney Team - Nucleotide and genome data
Brazma Group - Functional genomics
Enright Group - Functional genomics and analysis of small RNA function
Flicek Team - Vertebrate genomics
Goldman Group - Evolutionary tools for genomic analysis
Marioni Group - Computational and evolutionary genomics
Overington Group - ChEMBL: a database of bioactive drug-like small molecules
Saez-Rodriguez Group - Systems biomedicine
Stegle Group - Computational genomics and systems genetics
Steinbeck Team - Cheminformatics and metabolism
Teichmann Group - Gene expression regulation and protein complex assembly
Thornton Group - Computational biology of proteins: structure, function and evolution