Joerg Bewersdorf

Joerg Bewersdorf
Assistant Professor of Cell Biology and Biomedical Engineering
Room / Office: SHM IE54B
Office Address:
333 Cedar Street
New Haven, CT 06511
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 208002
New Haven, CT 06520
Phone: (203) 737-5704
Fax: (203) 785-3734

Ph.D., University of Heidelberg


Super-resolution fluorescence microscopy.

Selected Publications:

  • D. Toomre and J. Bewersdorf (2010) "A New Wave of Cellular Imaging", Annu. Rev. Cell Dev. Biol. 26:285–314.
  • K.S. Morozova, K.D. Piatkevich, T.J. Gould, J. Zhang, J. Bewersdorf, V.V. Verkhusha (2010) “Far-Red Fluorescent Protein Excitable with Red Lasers for Flow Cytometry and Super-Resolution STED Nanoscopy”, Biophys. J.99(2):L13-5.
  • M.J. Mlodzianoski, M.F. Juette, G.L. Beane, J. Bewersdorf (2009) “Experimental Characterization of 3D Localization Techniques for Particle-Tracking and Super-Resolution Microscopy”, Optics Express 17(10):8264–8277.
  • M.F. Juette, T.J. Gould, M.D. Lessard, M.J. Mlodzianoski, B.S. Nagpure, B.T. Bennett, S.T. Hess, J.Bewersdorf (2008) “Three-dimensional sub-100 nm Resolution Fluorescence Microscopy of Thick Samples”, Nature Methods 5(6):527-529.
  • J. Bewersdorf, B.T. Bennett, K.L. Knight (2006) “Novel H2AX Chromatin Structures Revealed by 4Pi Microscopy”,Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. 103: 18137-18142.
  • H. Gugel*, J. Bewersdorf*, S. Jakobs, J. Engelhardt, R. Storz and S.W. Hell (2004) “Cooperative 4Pi excitation and detection yields 7-fold sharper optical sections in live cell microscopy”, Biophys. J. 87: 4146-4152. * equal authorship
  • J. Bewersdorf, R. Pick and S.W. Hell (1998) “Multifocal Multiphoton Microscopy”, Opt. Lett. 23(9): 655-657