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 five research units, two research groups and three independent junior research groups.

For more information visit the RESEARCH Teams.

Save the Date: Heinrich Pette Lecture

The next Heinrich Pette Lecture will take place on June 30, 2017. Our guest will be the virologist Charles M. Rice (Rockefeller University).

Press

Tumor suppressor promotes some acute myeloid leukemias

Tuesday, 17. January 2017

Heinrich Pette Institute: Study reveals surprising effect of RUNX1

Spotlight on the evolution of infectious agents

Wednesday, 11. January 2017

International Leibniz Center Infection (LCI) symposium 2017 with focal point „Evolution and Infection“

News

February 23, 2017: GRÜNE Bürgerschaftsfraktion hosted panel discussion about devolpments in the field of HIV research at the HPI

Thursday, 23. February 2017

February 23, 2017: Panel Discussion with senator of science Katharina Fegebank, the GRÜNE Bürgerschaftsfraktion and Prof. Joachim Hauber

February 14, 2017: GRÜNE Bürgerschaftsfraktion invites to panel discussion about devolpments in the field of HIV research on February 22, 2017 at the HPI

Tuesday, 10. January 2017

February 14, 2017: Panel Discussion with senator of science Katharina Fegebank

Seminars

Harnessing NK-cell helper and effector functions for treatments against viruses and cancers

Thursday, 02. March 2017 - 15:15

Dr. Amir Horowitz

Aaron Diamond AIDS Research Center, Rockefeller Unversity, New York, USA

im Ferdinand-Bergen-Auditorium des HPI

Genital herpes meets its match: a live HSV-2 ICP0- virus vaccine that succeeds where glycoprotein subunit vaccines have failed

Thursday, 16. March 2017 - 15:15

Prof. William Halford

Dept of Microbiology and Immunology, Southern Illinois University School of Medicine, Springfield, USA

im Ferdinand-Bergen-Auditorium des HPI