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Suliana Manley

Suliana Manley

Laboratory of Experimental Biophysics, EPFL

About Suliana Manley

Suliana Manley is an assistant professor of physics at the EPFL where she directs the EPFL’s Laboratory of Experimental Biophysics. Her research focuses on automated and high-throughput super-resolution fluorescence microscopy (PALM/STORM), high-density single molecule particle tracking (sptPALM), and its application to the structure and dynamics underlying the biophysics of cells and organelles. She has won the 2019 RMS Medal for Light Microscopy “for outstanding scientific achievements applying or developing new forms of light microscopy ” and received in December 2018 an ERC Consolidator Grant Award.

She is a member of the NCCR steering committee.

Read more about Suliana Manley ‘s research on her lab website.


Laboratory of Experimental Biophysics LEB
BSP 427 (Cubotron UNIL)
Route de la Sorge
1015 Lausanne, Switzerland
Phone: +41 (0)21 69 30632


Antoine Goujon, Adai Colom, Karolína Strakova, Vincent Mercier, Dora Mahecic, Suliana Manley, Naomi Sakai, Aurélien Roux, and Stefan Matile, “Mechanosensitive Fluorescent Probes To Image Membrane Tensionin Mitochondria, Endoplasmic Reticulum, and Lysosomes“, JACS, doi: 10.1021/jacs.8b13189, 2019. [More Information]

Manoël Prouteau, Ambroise Desfosses, Christian Sieben, Clélia Bourgoint, Nour Lydia Mozaffari, Davide Demurtas, Alok K. Mitra, Paul Guichard, Suliana Manley, Robbie Loewith, “TORC1 Organised in Inhibited Domains (TOROIDs) regulate TORC1 activity”, Nature, 2017. [More Information]