Dr. Ger van den Engh has been part of the ECODIM courses since 2012.
His research interests include: Use of flow cytometry in environmental microbiology, quantitative cytogenetics, chromatin organization in the interphase nucleus, flow cytometry instrumentation, sorting of clinical samples, high-throughput analysis of biological samples, single-molecule detection by fluorescence, genome sequencing and mapping strategies, single-cell genomics. He is the founder of the Center for Marine Cytometry (MarCy).
Ger will join the ECODIM team again in January 2018.
From left to right: Ger van den Engh, Ken Doggett, Peter von Dassow