Coordinator of the MSc course Frontiers in Animal Health (AFI33806)
In my team we use molecular, cellular and biochemical approaches to study the immune system of animals. We then use this knowledge to develop experimental vaccines using the latest vaccine technologies. Currently our focus is on nucleic acids-based vaccines, live replicating vaccines and viral vector vaccines.
Do you like immunology, do you like to study host-pathogen interactio and/or would you like to apply your molecular skill to help us develop and test our vaccines? send me an e-mail to receive the pdf of the latest research projects.
MSc thesis are often also in collaboration with the laboratory of Virology group (VIR) or with the Host-Microbe Interactomics group (HMI).
|AFI-33806||Frontiers in Animal Health|
|AFI-34306||Short Research Projects in Fish Biology|
|AFI-50401||Capita selecta Aquaculture and Fisheries|
|AFI-50403||Capita selecta Aquaculture and Fisheries|
|AFI-50404||Capita selecta Aquaculture and Fisheries|
|AFI-50406||Capita selecta Aquaculture and Fisheries|
|AFI-80424||MSc Thesis Aquaculture and Fisheries|