The range of events at TWINCORE reflects the entire breadth of translation activity. Scientists from TWINCORE and invited guests handle themes that cover the range from detailed basic research to clinical trial measures here. Regularly occurring events include:

  • Monday-Lunch-Club - scientific themes from TWINCORE
  • TWINCORE-Seminars - scientific papers from the field of translational infection research
  • TWINCORE- Lectures - lectures in direct association with pharmaceutical development
  • TWINCORE-Symposium - annual meeting of international translation experts

In addition, our scientists are also involved in the organisation of external conferences, symposia and workshops. These events can also be found here.



Adriana Tomic, PhD Institute for Immunity, Transplantation and Infection, Stanford University School of Medicine Title: SIMON says: A subset of CD8+ T cells improves antibody responses to seasonal influenza vaccine Time: 16:00...

Public Inaugural Lecture MHH - Prof. Dr. Frank Pessler

PD Dr. Frank Pessler Institute for Experimental Infection Research, RG Biomarkers for Infectious Diseases Title: Risikofaktoren und Biomarker für eine unzureichende Immunantwort auf die Grippeimpfung bei älteren...

07. March 2019

TWINCORE / TRAIN open regulatory lecture

Lecturing language is German Dr. Christian K. Schneider, Direktor des National Institute for Biological Standards and Control (NIBSC), Großbritannien. Titel: Regulatorische Wissenschaft und Translationale Forschung Zeit:...


Justin Bailey, MD, PhD Associate Professor of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine; Baltimore, Maryland Titel: Can broadly neutralizing antibodies lead us to an HCV vaccine? Time: 5 pm s.t.,Place:...

16. April 2019


Prof. Dr. Silke Stertz Assistant Professor in Molecular Virology at the Institute of Medical Virology, University of Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland Titel: MHC class II proteins mediate cross-species entry of bat influenza...

22. May 2019

TWINCORE Seminar within the Immunological Colloquium

Dr. Wolfgang Kastenmüller Director Institutes of Immunobiology and Systemsimmunology I, University of Würzburg Titel: Concepts of T cell activation from a spatiotemporal perspective      Time: 5 p.m....