Margaret Gardel

Ph.D., Physics, Harvard University (2004)

Sc.B., Physics & Mathematics, Brown University (1998)


Horace B. Horton Professor, Physics and Molecular Engineering
Director, James Franck Institute
Institute for Biophysical Dynamics

Office: Gordon Center for Integrative Science, GCIS E233

Phone: (773) 834-5871


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Margaret Gardel is the Horace B. Horton Professor of Physics and Molecular Engineering at University of Chicago. She is a member of the Institute for Biophysics Dynamics and currently serves as Director of the James Franck Institute. She joined the University of Chicago in 2007 after earning her Ph.D. from Harvard University with David Weitz and completing postdoctoral research as a Pappalardo Fellow at MIT and at Scripps Research Institute with Clare Waterman.  She is a Fellow of the American Physical Society.  Her awards include a Packard Fellowship, Sloan Fellowship, NIH Director’s Pioneer Award and Raymond and Beverly Sackler International Prize in Biophysics

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