Preclinical Research

  • Our scientific work focuses on immunological issues and research on complex immunological relationships in immunodeficiencies, haemato-oncological diseases and stem cell transplantation.
     
  • Preclinical research projects and studies deal with molecular and functional characterization of cellular immune system components with a focus on the various subpopulations of T cells, Natural Killer (NK), Cytokine-Induced Killer (CIK) cells, and Innate Lymphoid Cells (ILCs ).
     
  • In experimental models of stem cell transplantation, GVL and GVHD, complex molecular relationships in immunology are explored.
     
  • In addition to molecular, cell biological and flow cytometric methods, modern in vitro and in vivo imaging techniques are used.
    Using these techniques in a variety of preclinical models, innovative cell therapy protocols can be developed, including CAR immune cell therapies.

Range of Methods