The focus of our work is the study and investigation of pathogens which are medically relevant or can be used as models for researching infection mechanisms.
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Around 700 employees in research, administration and infrastructure, and about 140 visiting scientists from 40 different countries are employed at the Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research.
Our scientists pursue research to expand our knowledge of the fundamental mechanisms behind medically relevant infectious diseases.
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Seminar: Algorithms in phylogenetic inference and their application
Head of department Computational Biology of Infection Research
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Metagenomics looks at the entirety of the genomic information of a habitat. There are various methods that can be used in investigations of this type. In fact, so many of them that it is often difficult to find the best fit for a certain analysis. For this reason, scientists of the Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research (HZI) in Braunschweig, the University of Vienna and the…
The Computational Biology of Infection Research Group at the Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research is offering a
Postdoc Position in Computational Biology
The Department for Computational Biology of Infection Research Group at HZI is offering a postdoc position to work on topics in computational metagenomics and computational infection research.
The Department for “Computational Biology of Infection Research“ at HZI offers Bachelor- /Master-Projects on the topic of “Evolution of the Influenza Virus”. We are looking for highly motivated students of bioinformatics, computer science or similar to work on the problems outlined below.
The Department for “Computational Biology of Infection Research“ at HZI offers a Bachelor- /Master-Project on the field of “Metagenomics Research”. We are looking for highly motivated students of bioinformatics, computer science or similar to work on the problems outlined below.
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