Molecular Cell Physiology

MCF_head The Department of Molecular Cell Physiology examines how the interaction of macromolecules gives rise to life, i.e., to the functioning of living organisms. It develops and implements Systems Biology in the context of microbiology, medical biology and biotechnology.

Its permanent staff members direct research groups on: Cellular Bioinformatics, Regulatory Networks, ‘Entering the Living Cell’, Tumor Cell Biology and the Interaction between Cells and their Live Environment.

The Department participates in the Netherlands Institute for Systems Biology (NISB) and the Research School BioCentrum Amsterdam which focuses on ‘Entering the Living Cell" and twins with the Manchester Centre for Integrative Systems Biology as well as with Manchester's Doctoral Training Centre on Integrative Systems Biology from Molecules to Life (DTC-ISBML). 

Molecular Cell Physiology website