3D Infect – 2nd DFG GRK 2157 Retreat
The graduate college 3D Infect met for two days in Rothenburg ob der Tauber.
All the participating research teams of the DFG research training group 3D Infect joined for the second annual retreat. Graduate students and principal investigators of the graduate college actively participated to present and discuss the recent progress of the individual projects within the research training group. This vivid exchange and further input from visiting faculty, this year especially on pulmonary host-pathogen interactions, provided a fruitful basis to foster collaborations between the members of the RTG 3D Infect. One such collaborative project authored by the PhD student Sarah Schuster and members of the Engstler and Beilhack labs resulted already in a first joint-publication, which recently appeared in the distinguished journal eLife.