The research activity of Paolo De Los Rios focuses on applications of statistical physics to biological systems and to the structure of complex networks. Understanding the physics of biological molecules.
Atomic Force Microscopy and studies of physical properties of biorelevant molecules.
State-of-the art imaging in biomedical science focused to early diagnostics and treatment planning of health problems and diseases.
We use super-resolution fluorescence imaging techniques combined with live cell imaging and single molecule tracking to determine how the dynamics of protein assembly are coordinated.
Our laboratory uses theory and experiments to uncover mathematical laws as well as new phenomena in systems of interacting genes and cells.
We develop and apply high-resolution cryo-electron microscopy tools, and use them to study neurodegeneration and membrane protein systems.
Elasticity and mechanical stability in disordered solids, granular and suspension flows, glass and rigidity transitions, marginal stability at random close packing and other glasses, yielding transition and elasto-plasticity.