Programmbereich Infektionen

Zelluläre Mikrobiologie

Mission    Projekte    Drittmittel    Methoden    Publikationen    Mitarbeiter/innen

Funding

  • DFG Schwerpunktprogramm/ Priority program 1580
    Intracellular compartments as places of pathogen-host-interactions - Efferocytosis in tuberculosis
  • Excellence Cluster
    Inflammation@Interfaces: Lysosomal disorders an bacteria-induced inflammation
  • DFG International Graduate School 1911
    Immunoregulation of Inflammation in Allergy and Infection: Cross-talk between pathogen-derived bioactive lipids and host arachidonic acid pathways and its impact on Mycobacterium tuberculosis persistence
  • EU FP7 NAREB
    Nanotherapeutics for Antibiotic Resistant Emerging Bacterial pathogens: Biodistribution of nanoparticle based drug delivery against TB
  • German Center for Infection Research (DZIF) - Tuberculosis Translational Unit (TTU TB):
    Neutrophil signatures in TB
  • BMBF Africa: TB Sequel -
    Comorbidities, risk factors and long term sequelae defining the individual outcome and public health impact of TB disease
  • SAW Projekt 566:
    The lung microbiota at the interface between airway epithelium and environment
  • Leibniz Research Alliance
    Infections'21 - Transmission Control of Infections in the 21st Century (Speaker)

 

Cooperations

  • Claus Feldmann, KIT, Karlsruhe; Oliver Goldmann, HZI, Braunschweig; Corvin Nycolat, Scripps, La Jolla, USA; Lea Ann Dailey, Kings College London, UK: Nanoparticles for anti-TB drug delivery
  • Robert Hider, Kings College London, UK: Iron in tuberculosis
  • John Baines, MPI for Evolutionar Biology, Plön; Ken Bruce, Kungs College, London, UK: Pulmonary microbiota in infection and immunity
  • Albert Haas, University of Bonn: Trafficking of intracellular bacteria
  • Dieter Adam, CAU Kiel; James Shayman, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA: Lysosomal enzmyes in host responses (phospholipases, acid sphingomyelinases)
  • Albert Sickmann, ISAS, Dortmund; Frank Schmidt, Dörthe Becher, University Greifswald: Proteomics of pathogens and host defense cells
  • Peter Andersen, SSI, Copenhagen, DK: Imaging of anti-TB vaccine efficacy
  • Wolfgang Streit, University Hamburg; Joerg Steinmann, University Essen: Stenotrophomonas maltophilia
  • Gareth Griffiths, Oslo, No; Rudi Reimer, HPI, Hamburg; Alke Meents, DESY, Hamburg: Imaging of infection processes
  • Kerstin Schepanski, TROPOS, Leipzig; Gülsah Gabriel, HPI, Hamburg: Aerosol transmission of airborne pathogens
  • Thomas von Woedtke, INP, Greifswald; Christian Menge, FLI, Jena: Cold plasma in anti-TB therapy