About Bo Huang's Work

Cellular processes are carried out by coordinated participation of many biomolecules in a tiny volume. In order to elucidate how these molecules work together, we are developing new imaging techniques so that they can be directly visualized in living cells. We are particularly interested in understanding the physical organization of the genome and the architecture of large protein complexes. For this goal, we are taking a multidisciplinary approach by engineering new imaging probes, pushing the resolution limit of optical microscopy, as well as devising novel image analysis and modeling tools.


Awards and Achievements

NIH Director's New Innovator Award (2011)