This research theme investigates host-pathogen interactions that are vital to our understanding of host biology, infectious diseases and effective therapies.
Host-Pathogen Interactions is a research grouping of biomedical scientists investigating the molecular, cellular, organismal and populational mechanisms in sensing and evading pathogens, virus/bacteria host interaction, pathogen defence mechanisms and pathological consequences of infection.
Our overarching goal is to combine basic research with clinical studies to design novel, more effective interventions and therapies against pathogenic infections.
|Auer, Manfred||Chemical and translational biology|
|Haas, Jürgen||Genome-wide screens for host factors determining susceptibility|
|Makrantoni ,Vasso||How human fungal pathogens adapt and thrive under different stress conditions|
|Michlewski, Gracjan||Roles of RNA-related pathways in human biology and disease|
|Ramalingam, Sandeep||Host-Pathogen Interaction to determine susceptibility|
|Scortti, Mariela||Molecular determinants of bacterial virulence|
|Sloan, Richard||Host encoded antiviral factors that inhibit HIV and other retroviruses|
|Templeton, Kate||Host-Pathogen Interaction to determine susceptibility|
|Vazquez-Boland, Jose||Infection biology of bacterial intracellular pathogens|