Who we are
We are researchers specialized in reproductive immunology and allergy, who study how influences during pregnancy affect fetal and neonatal development as well as disease susceptibility in early life.
What we do
We use both epidemiological studies and mouse models to examine how prenatal exposure to stress, antibiotics, maternal allergy, or non-pathogenic bacteria affects asthma susceptibility in the offspring.
Where we are
We are part of the Institute for Microbiology, Infectious Diseases and Immunology at Charitè Medical University in Berlin, Campus Benjamin Franklin.