The mission of the department of immunology is to discover new mechanisms and pathways of the immune system to enrich human health by combating and preventing disease, enhancing vaccination and controlling autoimmunity.
Our research focuses on understanding autoimmune arthritis and other connective tissue diseases as well as the immune response to infectious diseases.
Two different designs are used for this purpose: observational studies in humans and in vitro studies. We study infections with Dengue virus, West Nile virus, Zika virus, Human immunodeficiency virus, Epstein-barr virus and Cytomegalovirus. Studies of virus pathogenesis are conducted in close collaboration with renown virological institutes.
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a. Coordinates the process of acquiring capital resources through CRF, CF, and FR
b. Participates in the procedure of submitting grant proposals in close co-operation with the Principal Investigators.
c. Administers financially the approved grants.
d. Keeps and updates statistic information related to ongoing or past grants.
e. Generates and submits financial reports to the paying authorities (i.e. Europe Commission (EC) grants, Graduate Student Research and Training (GSRT) grants, National Institutes of Health (NIH) funding).
f. Attends workshops for grants management organized by paying authorities or other entities.
g. Creates, maintains and updates web profiles of CBHRI