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Eva studied chemistry and biochemistry at Graz University of Technology and pursued her PhD studies at the Institute of Biophysics and Nanosystems Reserach of the Austrian Academy of Sciences. After a postdoctoral stay at Yale University, she joined the lab of Gerhard Schütz at the Institute of Applied Physics at TU Wien in 2011. 

Research interests:

Cell membrane organization and function, lipid-protein interactions, micro- and nanostructured surfaces, single molecule microscopy

Interests in the biointerface network:

Eva's team is developing and applying micro- and nanostructured surfaces for spatial manipulation of proteins in cell membranes. The network offers access to new routes and expertise in surface functionalization and nanostructuring.


For further information: http://biophysics.iap.tuwien.ac.at/team_members/eva_sevcsik/