The Rambold lab focuses on untangling the identity and mechanisms driving orga-metabolic networks and how these shape immune cell functions during conditions of inflammation and infection on the single cell and populational level.
The Max Planck Society is one of your our main funding sources.
The Center for Chronic Immunodeficiency is translation research programm addressing immunodeficiency across the entire spectrum from clinical observation and the conduct of clinical studies, through the modelling of diseases in vitro, to research into the molecular and cellular basis of the functions of the human immune system.
CRC/Transregio 167 “NeuroMac” obtains insights into the diverse functions of myeloid cells in the CNS during development, health and disease. Funded by the German Research Council (DFG).