More about research
The purpose of our database is that the researchers of AII can find each other based on name, research topic, technology, disease etc. The database is only accessible for the researchers of the AII.
The mission of the Amsterdam institute for Infection and Immunity (AII) is to develop knowledge and expertise to prevent, diagnose or treat infectious diseases, inflammatory diseases and cancer.
AII and CCA has set up a mentoring program to couple researchers from all levels with more senior people. The ultimate goal of this program is to make sure everybody gets most out of their academic careers.
Researchers at Amsterdam institute for Infection and Immunity are performing excellent research in the ongoing fight against the global COVID-19 pandemic. Herewith a selection of our COVID-19 news items
More than 1100 researchers are part of the institute, including more than 540 PhD students. The joint output is around 1300 papers and 90 PhD theses, which makes us proud as a relative young research institute to have impact in our field. More in our annuals reports.
The symposium has been recorded for those who were unable to attend, but as the talks contain unpublished data and are therefore not publicly accessible, we will publish the link to the recording later.