Intravital Microscopy in Infection and Immunity
Prof Dr Andreas Müller
We are trying to find out how a pathogen reacts to stress that it is exposed to during the immune response.
He then continued with research residences at the Institut Pasteur in Paris in the working group for Immune Dynamics of Philippe Bousso with studies on the signal range of active T-cells in tissue, and at the University of Lausanne in the Laboratory for Pathology of Leishmania Infections of Fabienne Tacchini-Cottier, where he analyzed the influence of granulocytes in the immune response against Leishmania.
Andreas Müller has been appointed Director of the research group “Intra-vital microscopy of infection and immunity” in December of 2013. The group has its base at the Institute for Molecular and Clinical Immunology of the Otto-von-Guericke University of Magdeburg, which is jointly financed by the HZI and the University of Magdeburg.