Team

Staff Profiles

Saurabh Mogre, Ph.D.

Scientist

Saurabh joined the Allen Institute for Cell Science in 2022 as a Scientist on the Animated Cell team.

He received his Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Engineering Physics at the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, and completed his Ph.D. in Physics with the Koslover group at the University of California San Diego. Saurabh's previous research involved leveraging experimental data to develop computational and theoretical models of intracellular transport, cell membranes, bacterial cell division, and dynamin-induced vesicle scission.  

Saurabh enjoys working at the interface of Physics and Biology to shed light on how cells organize themselves and how this organization impacts biological function.

Selected Publications

Optimizing microtubule arrangements for rapid cargo capture

Biophysical Journal
November 2021

Mogre SS, Christensen JR, Reck-Peterson SL, Koslover EF

Hitching a ride: mechanics of transport initiation through linker-mediated hitchhiking

Biophysical Journal
March 2020

Mogre SS, Christensen JR, Niman CS, Reck-Peterson SL, Koslover EF

Getting around the cell: physical transport in the intracellular world

Physical Biology
October 2020

Mogre SS, Brown AI, Koslover EF