TWINCORE stands with the "Diversity Charter"

TWINCORE has signed the "Diversity Charter" and is thus committed to respecting the diversity of the workforce in terms of origin, nationality and…

How does an intestinal germ become a pathogen?

Scientists are looking for a connection between bacterial genes and disease severity

TWINCORE stands for tolerance and peace

At TWINCORE, values such as tolerance, peace and a commitment to democracy are the basis for scientists from different nations to be able to work…

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What does translational infection research mean in practice? How do we bridge basic research and clinical challenges? What kind of impulses and questions do our scientists get from the clinical environment? Our new rubric "translational case examples" shows how we combine basic research and clinical questions and what drives our science.

Internationality... an important characteristic of our institute. International networking and stimuli  encourage the quality of our research and it is an additional value for our scientific work. There are more than 40 scientists from over 20 nations working at TWINCORE. Learn more about our cooperations and international exchange programmes.