Organisation profile

Organisation profile

The goal of the Infection and Immunotherapy Research (IIR) is to develop new immunotherapies against infectious diseases and cancer. They aim to provide a new translational understanding on HIV cure, bacterial infections and of cancer immunology. The group is also involved in clinical research working towards the elimination of HIV and Hepatitis in Luxembourg.


Aims and objectives

 We focus on the development of immunotherapeutic complexes and NK cell engagers boosting innate immunity against viruses, bacteria and cancer cells for further elimination by the immune system.  Our research encompasses protein engineering, virology, bacteriology, immunoassays and preclinical studies for the design of targeted therapeutic approaches.


HIV and viral hepatitis elimination

Our group support the monitoring of HIV and Hepatitis elimination in Luxembourg, as part of international research and surveillance networks, through outreach projects and clinical studies from the national HIV and Hepatitis programmes.


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