Predictability in Evolution

Collaborative Research Center 1310

Can we predict pathways and outcomes of future evolutionary processes? We work on this question in fast-evolving systems: microbial populations in the laboratory, viruses and immune repertoires, and cancer cell populations. We build predictive approaches for the evolution of drug resistance and antigenicity in pathogens and of the immune answer in their hosts. Applications include the design of antibiotics, of vaccines for influenza, and of therapies for HIV and cancer.

The Collaborative Research Center is funded by Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) and was established in January 2018.

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Cologne Evolution Colloquium by Severin Schink

26.06.2019 | 17:00        


Cologne Evolution Colloquium by Phillip Altrock

28.06.2019 | 15:00         [pdf]

Interactions among T-cells can quantify success of anti-CD19 CAR T-cell therapy

From Molecular Basis to Predictability and Control of Evolution

Workshop at Nordita, Stockholm
co-organized by CRC 1310

01.07.2019 - 26.07.2019         [Link]

Physical concepts and computational models in immunology

3rd annual symposium at MIT, Cambridge (USA)
co-organized by CRC 1310

26.09.2019 - 27.09.2019         

Predicting Evolution

Workshop at Lorentz Center, Leiden
co-organized by CRC 1310

07.10.2019 - 11.10.2019         [Link]