Prof. Dr. Dominique Soldati
Associate Professor, Department of Microbiology and Molecular Medicine, University of Geneva, Switzerland
"I like this website and I like to support the idea of bringing the community together. The infection-research.de is a truly innovative endeavour aiming at disseminating science and increasing the visibility and attractively of research in the areas of infectious diseases for junior scientist. The mains goals of infection-research.de are very eclectic and responds to a broad range of needs: Highlighting and producing in depth articles on key topics in infection research, advertising relevant meetings and offering a platform to offer and access jobs."
Prof. Dr. Klaus Schughart
Head of Deptartment Experimental Mouse Genetics (HZI) and Professorship at TiHo, Hannover, Germany
"I especially like the News section. It provides a very informative and up-to-date overview about important new discoveries in the field. The Perspectives section is extremely useful to get a general overview and relevant literature references upon a research field which is related to my research but which is not very familiar to me. Also, the Graphics are very useful!"
Prof. Dr. med. Dirk H. Busch
Head of Institute for Med. Microbiology, Immunology and Hygiene, Technische Universität München, Germany
"Infection-research.de is a novel portal to broadly inform about most recent developments in the field. From literature highlights, job opportunities to overview articles (perspectives) .... everything gets frequently updated. This web site is a ‘must’ for all people interested in the field of infectious diseases."
Prof. Dr. Bhaghirat Singh
Scientific Director of the Institute of Infection and Immunity of the CIHR, Ottawa, Canada
"There is urgent need to focus on emerging infections globally. This website brings people and issue together by engaging the research community, policy makers and funders of research and public. New opportunities and challenges in this area can be addressed by these collaborative interactions."