Postdoctoral ResearcherMatthew Stone joined the Veatch lab in 2011 as a PhD student in Biophysics at the University of Michigan. His research generally aims to quantify spatially heterogeneous plasma membrane compositions using multi color super-resolution microscopy. He is investigating how the plasma membrane composition around the B cell receptor is organized during antigen stimulation. He also works on the development of super-resolution techniques and analysis to allow sensitive and quantitative determination of protein spatial distributions.
Matt was a molecular biophysics training grant recipient in 2010-2012 and was awarded a Rackham Predoctoral Fellowship in 2015.