Representative Projects

Molecular networks underlying Treg suppressor function

Treg dysregulation is key in various pathologic conditions such as in autoimmune diseases, allergic diseases, infectious diseases, cancer, neurodegenerative diseases and metabolic inflammation.

Prediction of individual in-vivo Th2 responses

Human individuals show great variance in both innate and adaptive immune responses following immune stimuli. However, little is known about which molecular subnetworks quantitatively control the resp

Critical transitions in Immunology

This project will experimentally study whether and how critical transitions occur in the immune system and whether early warning molecular signatures can be used for potential therapeutic intervention