For twenty years, our lab has been performed research and serving the clinic regarding diagnostics or viral infections.
We have spear-headed data collection and analysis for the purpose for viral drug resistance testing and have established computational support for this purpose based on statistical learning – what today is regarded and aspect of Artificial Intelligence. Our research is translational in character has had impact both in science as in the clinic. We are continuing along this path, targeting new research problems regarding viral resistance and immunology. This pertains to new laboratory assays for collecting resistance data, new viral resistance phenotypes and question on virus-host interactions. Here we are going beyond viral infections and target also questions in the context of tumor therapy and transplants.