Research of the department of Experimental Immunohematology is focused on immunohematological aspects of cellular therapy. We are studying immune responses to classical blood products such as red cells and platelets and perform research on the development of new cellular products, in particular of hematopoietic stem cells. The department also accommodates the Immunocytology diagnostic sub-laboratory and the certified Laboratory for Stem Cell Transplantation.
The research is embedded in the following research lines:
|Immune response to blood groups antigens|
|Humoral immune response|
|Minimal Residual Disease detection in childhood cancers|
|The diagnostic Laboratory for Immunocytology|
|Laboratory for Cell Therapy|
|Immunoglobulin Research laboratory|
Our department offers several internships for undergraduate students (University master students and HLO trainees). For more information and an overview of the current internships visit the student projects page.