Professor of Atomic and molecular physics
Marileen Dogterom is a professor of bionanoscience in the Kavli Institute of Nanoscience at Delft University of Technology. She is affiliated to the Leiden Institute of Physics by an appointment as ‘Medical Delta’ professor. Her research focuses on the physics of the cytoskeleton in cells. She is also leading a national effort to Build a Synthetic Cell (BaSyC).
- Jonge, E. de; Boer, M.G.J. de; Essen, E.H.R. van; Dogterom-Ballering, H.C.M. & Veldkamp, K.E. (2019), Effects of a disinfection device on colonization of sink drains and patients during a prolonged outbreak of multidrug-resistant Pseudomonas aeruginosa in an intensive care unit, Journal of Hospital Infection 102(1): 70-74.
- Shaklee P.M., Bourel-Bonnet L., Dogterom M. & Schmidt T. (2010), Nonprocessive motor dynamics at the microtubule membrane tube interface, Biophysical Journal 98(1): 93-100.
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