At the Institute of Immunology, the interactions between potential pathogens for the organisms of animals are investigated. The focus is on the reaction of the immune system. The works at the Institute helps to understand disease processes and to develop new therapeutic approaches.
The teaching at the Institute focuses on the areas of general immunology, specialized immunology, and infection immunology.
The aim of the research at the Institute is to understand the mechanisms of immune regulation developed from pathogens and to use this knowledge to develop new strategies to combat infections. In addition, the work of the Institute aims to demonstrate new approaches to modulate inflammatory processes in humans and animals that can be used to alleviate or cure immune disorders.
You find us at the Campus in Düppel in Building no. 35 (Location)