NanoLSI Visiting Fellow Seminar “High-Speed Atomic Force Microscopy as a tool for studying dynamic membrane remodeling processes“ was held (2/13)
On February 13th, NanoLSI held the 2nd NanoLSI Visiting Fellow Seminar and 37 researchers and students participated.
During the seminar, Lorena Redondo-Morata from French Institute of Health and Medical Research, Pasteur Institute of Lille gave a talk entitled “High-Speed Atomic Force Microscopy as a tool for studying dynamic membrane remodeling processes”. In the talk, First, she gave introduction to her research such as biological membranes and High-Speed Atomic Force Microscopy (HS-AFM). Then, she talked about her past work where HS-AFM was applied to in vitro membrane reconstituted systems. Then, she introduced Phys2BioMed Project, a Horizon 2020 funded project. Finally, she presented her current work. Her lecture provoked active discussion.