Anja Nohe is an associate professor in the Department of Biological Sciences at the University of Delaware. She received her PhD in Chemistry in 2000. After a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Western Ontario in Canada, she accepted a first faculty position at the University of Maine in Chemical and Biological Engineering. In 2008 she relocated to the University of Delaware. She is a member of several editorial boards and her research is currently funded by the National Institute of Health. She uses novel imaging approaches such as AFM and the family of Image Correlation Spectroscopy to define cellular processes during stem cell differentiation and skeletal formation. Moreover, utilizing novel techniques and tools such as real time imaging and nanoparticles, she focuses on protein dynamics in cells as well as on protein distribution in mice.