Characterization of the function of double-positive T cells in dogsRead more
The Institute for Immunology
The Institute of Immunology was founded in 1996 and deals with immunological questions in the fields of infectious immunology and veterinary medicine, such as T cells in dogs and equine asthma.
Here you can find out about current publications from the Institute of Immunology, third-party funding, doctoral theses, research results and much more.
News from our institute and the Centre for Infectious Diseases
Emmy-Noether junior research group to study severe asthma in horsesRead more
ZIM doctoral student receives Wilhelm Ellenberger PrizeRead more
DFG proposal on pig research approvedRead more
ZIM website goes onlineRead more
CUDZ Flow Cytometers - Ready for University and Extramural Research ProjectsRead more
Mrs. Laura Schneider defended her doctoral thesisRead more
Events of our institute and the Centre for Infectious Diseases
Workshop - National Research Platform for Zoonoses - Use of PCLS for ex vivo investigation of host-pathogen interaction
As part of the research project "In-vitro system for the characterisation of the allergic potential of human and animal pathogenic fungi", the project...
In our lectures and focus events we answer questions about immunology, genetics and laboratory animal science.
Further training at the Institute
Continuing education is an important topic if one wants to qualify in the field of immunology. The Institute of Immunology offers interesting options for this purpose.
Research at the Institute
Our research focus is in the field of infection immunology and deals with the interactions of the human and porcine immune system and the role of double-positive T cells in dogs.
Contact and Directions
Our institution is located in the southwest of Leipzig, only a few kilometres from the city centre. You can reach us comfortably by public transport or by car. There are plenty of parking spaces on the old exhibition grounds.
By plane Leipzig-Halle Airport is about 30 minutes by car from the city centre. Every half hour there is a shuttle bus between the airport and Leipzig Central Station. If there is no direct flight from your city to Leipzig, we recommend that you fly to Berlin (approx. 2 hours train journey to Leipzig), Frankfurt am Main or Hanover (each approx. 3.5 hours train journey to Leipzig). There are regular trains to Leipzig from all three cities.
The Interregio and Intercity trains connect Leipzig with almost all European cities.
By car You can reach Leipzig by car via the motorways A9 (Berlin - Nuremberg), A14 (Halle - Dresden) or A38 (Göttingen - Leipzig).
With the S-Bahn you reach the faculty with all lines - stop MDR.
S1 - direction Wurzen
S2 - direction Markkleeberg
S3 - direction Stötteritz
S4 - direction Geithain
S5 - direction Zwickau
If you arrive in Leipzig by tram, you can either take the tram line `16´ in the direction of Lößnig - stop `An den Tierkliniken´ or the line `2´ in the direction of Meusdorf - stop `Deutsche Nationalbibliothek´.