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.Learn more 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.

European Congress of Virology

Oktober 19-22, 2016 at the Congress Center Hamburg

More Infos HERE

Leibniz Year 2016

Leibniz Year 2016 -  the 370. birthday and 300. anniversary of death of the polymath Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz: Reason for a Theme Year by the Leibniz Association.

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News

June 16, 2016: Seven Master Students performed a three-weeks long practical training at the Heinrich Pette Institute

Thursday, 16. June 2016

June 16, 2016: Students visit HPI for a practical training

June 16, 2016: Working Team 'Finance' met up at the Heinrich Pette Institute

Thursday, 16. June 2016

June 16, 2016: Administrative Leaders of the Leibniz Institutions held a meeting at the HPI

Press

Unique human immune signature of Ebola virus disease in Guinea

Thursday, 05. May 2016

Heinrich Pette Institute, Leibniz Institute for Experimental Virology & Bernhard Nocht Institute for Tropical Medice: Key component of Ebola virus disease pathophysiology identified

Recombinase Brec1 trend-setting for future HIV Therapy

Monday, 22. February 2016

Heinrich Pette Institute, Leibniz Institute for Experimental Virology: Approach demonstrated to work directly on HIV-patient material

Seminars

Hepatitis E, a sleeping tiger?

Thursday, 30. June 2016 - 15:15

Dr. Sven Pischke & Dr. Marc Lütgehetmann

Institut für Medizinische Mikrobiologie, Virologie und Hygiene, Universitätskrankenhaus Eppendorf, Hamburg

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Heinrich-Pette-Lecture 2016: Dissecting HIV-1 Transmission

Thursday, 07. July 2016 - 15:00

Prof. Beatrice H. Hahn

Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA