The research activities have a major focus on HIV infection on the one hand and on Measles and Rubella as well as Influenza virus on the other hand.
The Infectious Diseases Research Unit is composed of 4 different research groups:
- HIV Clinical and Translational Research Group headed by Dr Carole Devaux;
- Molecular Signaling and Virus-Host Interaction headed by Dr Andy Chevigné and Dr Danielle Perez Bercoff;
- Clinical and Applied Virology, headed by Dr Judith Hübschen and Dr Chantal Snoeck
- Vaccinology and B cell Immunology headed by Prof Claude Muller, who is also the head of the WHO Collaborative Center & European Reference Center – Measles & Rubella Infection.
Strategic research goals
- Translating fundamental research to clinically relevant therapy
- Improving vaccination strategies for viral infections
- Molecular basis of virus-host cell interactions
- The chemokine-chemokine receptor network in infection, chronic inflammation and cancer
Head of research unit
Prof Claude Muller
Deputy Head of research unit
Dr Carole Devaux