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Tang-Biophysics Laboratory

The Tang-Biophysics Lab is located at Brown University in Barus and Holley, Room 409.  Currently, members of the lab study bacterial motily, including both swimming and surface swarming. There is also a collaborative project with Prof Derek Stein's lab, to study translocation of rod-like viruses through nanopores.  We also host a Biophysics Journal Club each Wed. at noon from Sept. to May. 

Feel free to explore our current research endeavours and meet the members of our group. To join the Biophysics Journal Club, please email Jay_Tang@Brown.edu to be added to the email list.

Happy researching
Tang-Biophysics Lab

Group photo 2012 (left to right): Mike Morse, Alex Loosley, Daniel Milstein, Nelson Leung, Ryan Handoku, Jingjing Wang, Jay Tang, Angus McMullen, Guanglai LiGroup photo 2012 (left to right): Mike Morse, Alex Loosley, Daniel Milstein, Nelson Leung, Ryan Handoku, Jingjing Wang, Jay Tang, Angus McMullen, Guanglai Li