I like the idea of communicating with people from different scientific areas (e.g. biologist on one hand and optical engineers on the other hand) because solving interdisciplinary questions has always fascinated me during my research career.
04/1996-06/2000 Scientific co-worker at Philipps-University of Marburg, Dep. of Physical Chemistry
07/2000-10/2002 Post Doc at Max-Planck Unit for Structural Molecular Biology in Hamburg
11/2002-11/2005 Post Doc at European Molecular Biolohy Laboratory (EMBL), Cell Biology and Cell Biophysics Programme
11/2005-03/2009 Staff Scientist at Advanced Light Microscopy Facility, EMBL
04/2009- Head of Bioimaging and Optics platforme (BIOP), Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL)
|Roopa Rajashekar, David Liebl, Arne Seitz, and Michael Hensel
Traffic, 2008 Sep 19.
|Dynamic remodeling of the endosomal system during formation of salmonella-induced filaments by fntracellular salmonella enterica.|
|Seitz A., Terjung S., Belyaev Y., Pepperkok R.
Imaging and Microscopy, 2008, GIT Verlag
|High Content Screening Microscopy|
|Starkuviene V., Seitz A., Erfle H. and Pepperkok R.
Methods Mol Biol. 2008;457:193-201.
|Measuring secretory membrane traffic: a quantitative fluorescence microscopy approach|
|A. Seitz, T. Surrey
EMBO-Journal 25 (2006) 267-77
|Processive movement of single kinesins on crowded microtubules visualized using quantum dots.|
|A. Seitz, H. Kojima, K. Oiwa, E. M. Mandelkow, Y. H. Song, E. Mandelkow
EMBO-Journal 21 (2002) 4896-4905.
|Single-molecule investigation of the interference between kinesin, tau and MAP2c.|