21 July 2022
Pathogens, Parasites and their Hosts: Ecology, Molecular Interactions and Evolutionblended course
The summer school will introduce into the ecology, molecular interactions, and evolution of pathogen-host relationships with respect to animals, plants, and microorganisms, These topics will be addressed in a series of lectures, laboratory experiments, and excursions Following an integrative approach, the aim of the summer school will be a comparison of different biological systems, showing both striking similarities and surprising peculiarities.
Dr. Thomas Romig
Institute of Biology, Section of Parasitology (190p)
University of Hohenheim
MSc or advanced BSc students of biology or agricultural sciences
Intended Learning Outcomes
After completing the course, the participants should be able to
discover the most important host-pathogen systems with plants, animals and microorganisms
compare how different pathogens find their hosts
compare the most important strategies of defense from hosts
compare how different pathogens are able to circumvent these strategies of defense
explain the concept of coevolution of hosts and pathogens and exemplify the consequences for the relationship between both
discuss course content in international groups of students
EUR 450: Fees are 400 EURO for housing + 50 EURO for a ticket for public transport.
We don't charge tuition fees.
No scholarships available