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The Ehrlicher lab is currently seeking creative and highly motivated PhD, and undergraduate researchers.
If you are looking for a research position, please check our Members page to see if you can join our team!

Welcome to the Biological and Active Materials (BAM) lab!

Biological Mechanics are unique in the physical world, as biological systems are able to convert chemical energy into controlled active forces; these forces move cells and also change their mechanical properties.

Some of the things we are interested in are:
-Mechanics of disease- how do cell mechanics contribute to pathology?
-Mechanotransduction- how do cells sense and respond to force?
-Biomimetic Materials Science- can we recreate the amazing mechanics of biology?
-Soft Condensed Matter Physics- can we understand biological mechanics using physics?

We don't know everything (far from it)- that's why we collaborate with fantastic people at McGill and beyond. Moreover, we need help from new researchers!
If you are looking for a research position, please check our Members page.