Cell Biology and Biophysics

Diz-Muñoz Group - Mechanics of cellular signalling
Ellenberg Group - Cell division and nuclear organisation
Jechlinger Group - Mechanisms of oncogene dependence and tumour relapse
Neveu Group - Systems biology of stem cell differentiation
Prevedel Group - Advanced optical techniques for deep tissue microscopy
Schultz Group - Chemical cell biology
Schwab Team - Volume correlative light and electron microscopy

Developmental Biology

Arendt Group - Evolution of the nervous system in bilateria
Aulehla Group
- Timing of mammalian embryogenesis
Crocker Group - Gene regulation during evolution and development
De Renzis Group - Cell dynamics and signalling during morphogenesis
Hiiragi Group - Symmetry breaking and self-organisation

Directors' Research

Hentze Group - RNA biology, metabolism and molecular medicine
Leptin Group
- Cell shape and morphogenesis: subcellular and supracellular mechanisms

Genome Biology

Furlong Group - Genome regulation and topology during embryonic development
Korbel Group - From genomic variation to molecular mechanism
Merten Group - Microfluidic approaches in drug discovery and personalised medicine
Stegle Group - Statistical genomics and systems genetics
Steinmetz Group - Systems genetics and precision health
Typas Group - Systems microbiology

Structural and Computational Biology

Alexandrov Team - Spatial metabolomics
Bork Group - Deciphering function and evolution of biological systems

EMBL Barcelona

Ebisuya Group - Synthetic developmental biology: gene circuit and organoid zoo
Sharpe Group - Multicellular systems biology
Trivedi Group - Self-organization in multi-cellular systems

EMBL Hamburg

Kosinski Group - Integrative modelling of infection cycles
Löw Group
- Structural and dynamic insights into nutrient uptake systems

EMBL-EBI Hinxton

Flicek Group - Evolution of transcriptional regulation
Petsalaki Group - Whole-cell signalling
Stegle Group - Statistical genomics and systems genetics

EMBL Rome

Heppenstall Group - Molecular physiology of somatosensation