Felix Reichel


  • Doctoral Student
  • Room: A.1.426
  • Telephone: +49 9131 7133 543
  • E-Mail

My research is about mechanical measurements of cells and liquid biomolecular condensates or protein droplets. I use and develop high-throughput microfluidic techniques and analysis tools for this. My work especially focuses on unravelling time dependent effects of biomaterial deformation. My motivation is that these insights help uncovering new distinctions between cell types and to find correlations between cell mechanics and diseases.

Changes in Blood Cell Deformability in Chorea-Acanthocytosis and Effects of Treatment With Dasatinib or Lithium

Felix Reichel, Martin Kräter, Kevin Peikert, Hannes Glaß, Philipp Rosendahl, Maik Herbig, Alejandro Rivera Prieto, Alexander Kihm, Giel Bosman, et al.

Frontiers in Physiology 13 852946 (2022) | Journal | PDF

Intelligent image-based deformation-assisted cell sorting with molecular specificity

Ahmad Ahsan Nawaz, Marta Urbanska, Maik Herbig, Martin Nötzel, Martin Kräter, Philipp Rosendahl, Christoph Herold, Nicole Töpfner, Markéta Kubánková, et al.

Nature Methods 17(6) 595-599 (2020) | Journal | PDF

High-Throughput Microfluidic Characterization of Erythrocyte Shapes and Mechanical Variability

Felix Reichel, Johannes Mauer, Ahmad Ahsan Nawaz, Gerhard Gompper, Jochen Guck, Dmitry A. Fedosov

Biophysical Journal 117(1) 14-24 (2019) | Journal

Standardized microgel beads as elastic cell mechanical probes

S. Girardo, N. Traeber, K. Wagner, G. Cojoc, C. Herold, R. Goswami, R. Schluessler, S. Abuhattum, A. Taubenberger, et al.

JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY B 6(39) 6245-6261 (2018) | Journal

I studied physics in my Bachelor and Master with an emphasis on biological physics at the Technische Universität Dresden from 2011-2017. After that, I started my PhD in the lab of Jochen Guck and relocated to the MPL in 2019.

For more information, please check out my LinkedIn profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/felix-reichel-838b62168/?locale=en_US

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