About Andreas Müller
Andreas Müller, born in Switzerland in 1980, studied and received his PhD at the ETH Zürich, where he wrote his doctoral thesis on the molecular triggers for salmonella infections at the Institute of Microbiology in 2009. After that, he conducted research on the signal range of activated T cells in tissue at the Institut Pasteur in Paris and on the interaction between granulocytes in the tropical pathogen Leishmania at the University of Lausanne in Switzerland. In December 2013, Andreas Müller was appointed a W2-Professorship for "Intravital Mikroskopy of Infections and Immunity". This group works from the Institute of Molecular and Clinical Immunology at the University of Magdeburg and is cooperatively financed by HZI Braunschweig and the OvGU.