Dr. Michael Schindler

Phone: +49 89 3187-4609
Fax: +49 89 3187-3329
Building/Room: 3525 / 014

Dr. Michael Schindler studied biology at the University of Ulm and obtained his doctoral degree in the department of Prof. Dr. Frank Kirchhoff.

Main focus of his PhD thesis was the evolution of the lentiviral Nef protein and its impact on T cell activation.

In 2007 he was appointed as Junior group leader to the Heinrich-Pette-Institute in Hamburg. There he diversified his research interests towards the mechanisms of HIV induced immune activation and virus mediated evasion of immune response.
In addition, he and his group established BSL3 live cell imaging and studied HIV-1 and HCV morphogenesis in living cells.

In 2011 Michael Schindler and his group joined the Helmholtz Center Munich where they continue to investigate the manipulation of host cells by HCV and HIV-1.

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