Molekulare Virologie
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Is a research institute that is located at the University of Heidelberg and that focuses its research activities on hepatitis viruses (HCV & HBV) and Dengue virus as well as innate immunity. As part of the medical and biological faculty the department Molecular Virology participates in training of medical students in the field of virology and is also involved in lectures, seminars and practical training for students in biological sciences.

 

The creation of the department has been made possible by the CHS-Stiftung Chica und Heinz Schaller Stiftung. This institution finances the position of the department head for the first 10 years and in addition provided a start-up support to help setting up the department.

 

Recent Publication

 

Seitz, Stefan et. al. (2017): Deciphering the origin and evolution of hepatitis B viruses by means of a family of non-enveloped fish viruses. Cell Host & Microbe.

 

 

Job Openings

 

  • Open application for PhD position in the Research Group of Ralf Bartenschlager. Position offered by Hector Fellow Academy Biology or Medicine Programme. Currently, the application portal is closed. It will be reopened for the next application period: February 1st – April 30th, 2018

 

Research-Units and Cooperations

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Virology Heidelberg

 


Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Ralf Bartenschlager

 

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