The HZI is continuously building a network of closely aligned strategic partnerships with universities, research institutions and hospitals. Its primary objective is to create synergies which establish the optimal conditions for an efficient transfer of knowledge from basic research to medical application: HZI Locations.
Learn more about how the HZI, with its translational focus, will help to facilitate a faster and more targeted approach when it comes to fighting and preventing existing, emerging or recurring infectious diseases.
Around 900 employees in research, administration and infrastructure, and about 220 visiting scientists from 40 different countries are employed at the Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research. To ensure top quality research we need top quality employees. Your creativity and innovative capabilities are the basis for the long-term success of our work. That's why we undertake a great deal to attract the best people to us. Learn more about this.
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Systems BiologyThe goal of systems biology is to describe the dynamic processes of life and of biological systems using mathematical models. In line with the foundation of the new Braunschweig Integrated Centre of Systems Biology (BRICS) we have compiled some background information about systems biology for you: To the systems biology feature.
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HZI researchers developed a bacterial strain that can be used in cancer therapy
New Life Science Campus combines expertises in health research
BRICS researchers define new standards of metagenome analysis
Moving from Munich to Braunschweig
HZI researchers pave the way for new agents that render hospital pathogens mute
On the way to developing a new active ingredient against chronic infections
HZI researchers develop a new platform for the elucidation of large protein and nucleic acid structures in infections
HZI researchers identify a protein in Salmonella that contributes to the assembly of the motility apparatus – a possible target for novel medications
HZI is part of the EU funded TRANSVAC2 networks
HZI researchers simulate mechanism of communication in infection processes