Innate Immunity and Infection
Dr Andrea Kröger
Andrea Kröger studied biology at the Technische Universität Braunschweig. During her diploma thesis at HZI – at that time still called GBF – she was already doing research on bacteria. Following this, she earned her doctoral degree, focusing on tumor suppression by interferon regulatory factor-1. Ever since, she has been conducting research within HZI’s Department of Gene Regulation and Differentiation with a special focus on immunological questions.
Since 2010, as principal investigator of the “Interferons in Immune Defense and Immunity“ project, Andrea Kröger is searching for the mechanisms used by the interferon system to fight infections and influence protective immune responses.
Since 2012, she heads the Innate Immunity and Infection research group.
Bachelor & Master
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