Applications of atomic force microscopy (AFM) in biomedicine. Development of force-measuring devices and nanoscale visualization techniques. Physicochemical properties and self-assembly of amyloidogenic proteins. Structure, mechanical properties and activity of membrane-bound amyloids. Cytoskeletal reorganization and modification of mechanical properties of endothelial cells in lung injury.
Fernando Teran Arce, PhD
- Research Associate Professor, Medicine
- MS: Technical University of Munich - Germany, 1993
- PhD: National University of La Plata - Argentina, 1998
Honors and Awards
- Argentine Research Council (CONICET), Fellowship for foreign graduates, 1995
- International Fellows, Australian Research Council (ARC), Linkage International grant, 2009