Five reasons for the program Infection Biology (IB)

  • Learn and practice in an international, interdisciplinary and research-drenched academic environment
  • Get trained to become a life science researcher to independently solve research questions in infection biology
  • Gain the capability to approach scientific problems in a critical way
  • Be involved in cutting-edge scientific projects as part of your training
  • Become versatile in scientific writing and presenting research topics
Human granulozytes killed through necrosis during the interaction with tubercle bacilli (green). (Photo: Björn Carleis)