LCI Symposium 2015


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now for the LCI Symposium 2015 "Emerging Infections"

The Symposium will take place on January 29 & 30, 2015 at the Historic Lecture Hall at the Bernhard Nocht Institute for Tropical Medicine.

The HPI against Ebola

For months, the outbreak of the Ebola virus holds the world in suspense. The HPI has been used to combat the dangerous Ebola virus locally in Africa.

Read here more.

Heinrich-Pette-Institute evaluated positively

The Senate of the Leibniz Association has recommended in an independent scientific evaluation procedure the Federation and the federal states' (Länder) to promote the HPI for another seven years.

Read more in the german press release.

The HPI

The institute's mission statement: „The HPI investigates the biology of human pathogenic viruses. It is our aim to unravel the molecular mechanisms that control viral life cycles and virus induced pathogenesis. This research will provide novel targets and therapeutic approaches for established and emerging viral disease.

More information about THE HPI.

Research Units

The Heinrich Pette Institute's research teams currently consist of four reserach units, three reserach groups and three independent junior research groups.

For more information visit the RESEARCH Teams.

News

December 16, 2014: Talk "Nachwuchsförderung und Mentorinnenprogramm der Leibniz-Gemeinschaft"

Monday, 08. December 2014

December 16, 2014: Talk "Nachwuchsförderung und Mentorinnenprogramm der Leibniz-Gemeinschaft"

LCI-Symposium 2015

Wednesday, 03. December 2014

Ankündigung: Jetzt anmelden zum LCI-Symposium 2015 "Emerging Infections".

Press

Stapelfeldt und Hoops legen Grundstein für weltweit einzigartiges Infektions-Forschungszentrum

Friday, 29. August 2014

Interdisziplinäres Zentrum für strukturelle Systembiologie CSSB bekommt ein Dach.

Neueste Forschungsergebnisse erklären temporäres Verschwinden und Rückkehr des HI-Virus in Boston-Patienten

Thursday, 24. July 2014

Ein internationales Team aus Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftlern hat das Rätsel um die mit HIV-1 infizierten „Boston-Patienten“ geklärt, die nach einer Stammzellentransplantation für mehrere Monate als geheilt galten.

Seminars

NK cell immunity in HIV-1 infection

Thursday, 08. January 2015 - 15:15

Prof. Marcus Altfeld

Heinrich-Pette-Institut, Virus Immunology

im Ferdinand-Bergen-Auditorium des HPI

Nuclear herpesvirus capsid motility is based on diffusion

Tuesday, 20. January 2015 - 10:15

Dr. Jens Bernhard Bosse

Molecular Biology Labs, Princeton University, USA

im Ferdinand-Bergen-Auditorium des HPI