We are studying viruses that cause disease in humans with the aim of finding new targets and therapies for viral diseases.
Career at LIV
At our institute we offer various positions in the scientific and science-supporting field.
The LIV researches human pathogenic viruses with the aim of understanding virus-related diseases and creating new therapeutic approaches. Based on basic experimental research, new approaches are being developed for improved methods of treating viral diseases such as AIDS, influenza and hepatitis, as well as emerging viral infections such as COVID-19. With its research focus, the LIV covers a wide range of the world's most important viral pathogens.
09. LIV Lecture September // title t.b.a.
Professor Richard Stanton from Cardiff UniversityLearn more
09. LIV Institute Seminar
Targeted analysis of bottom-up mass spectrometry data for virus diagnostics // Noroviral capsids and native MSLearn more
10. LIV Institute Seminar
Molecular cloning and analysis of rodent cytomegalovirus genomes using STAR technology // tbaLearn more
Developing structural interactomics and its application in virology
Prof. Dr. Fan Liu from the Leibniz-Forschungsinstitut für Molekulare Pharmakologie (FMP) BerlinLearn more
04. LIV Lecture April // title t.b.a.
Dr. Stephan Becker from the Philipps University of MarburgLearn more
LIV Lecture May // title t.b.a.
Professor Todd Allen from the Harvard Devision of Medical ScienceLearn more