The IRB is sympathetic with all those scientists and their families, who are touched by war. In particular, we are supportive of the academics from Ukraine as well as of those from Russia, who speak out against the Ukrainian conflict.
If you are a PhD student, postdoc or more senior scientist, who are impacted by the war and working on topics related to the Institute’s research, we encourage you to contact us (link) to inquire for possibilities to be temporarily hosted at the IRB.
The Institute for Research in Biomedicine was founded in 2000 with the goal of advancing the study of human immunology, with particular emphasis on the mechanisms of host defense.
The activities of the 13 research groups now extend beyond immunology to include the fields of DNA repair, rare diseases, structural and cell biology.
The IRB benefits from a wide international network of collaborations and provides teaching and training programs for graduate students from Swiss and foreign Universities.
Date: 02/06/2022 12:00 am
Speaker: Francesca Granucci
Date: 09/05/2022 12:00 am
Speaker: Ichiro Taniuchi