Under the umbrella of the Zoonoses Platform, pilot projects and cross-sectional projects are funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and the Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture (BMEL). Since 2019, interdisciplinary doctoral projects have also been funded. Information on project funding can be found here.
If you are interested in cooperation or have questions about these projects, please contact the respective coordinators or the office of the Zoonoses Platform.
The currently funded projects are presented in detail on the following pages:
- Does an Influenza-A-virus triggered immune response release growth factors for bacterial co-infections?
- Spatial, temporal and economic risk assessment of vector-borne zoonoses (cross-sectional project)
- Establishment and characterization of respiratory and renal epithelial cell cultures from rodents and insectivores - EpiZell (Cross-sectional project)
- Impact of biocides on the spread of antibiotic resistance in Escherichia coli (cross-sectional project)
- Agent-based modeling of epidemics (pilot project)
- ES-Bio (pilot project)
- Hypoxia during host-pathogen interaction (pilot project)
- "In vitro system for characterizing the allergic potential of human and animal pathogenic fungi Method for allergen screening of fungi" (pilot project)
- " Establishment of a complex cell culture system for the investigation of neuron-astrocyte-microglia-pathogen interactions: New boundaries between old enemies (NAMPatIn) (pilot project)
- „Irradiation of zoonotic Apicomplexa with low energy electrons for the development of vaccine candidates” (pHD Project)