Zentrum Allergie und Umwelt
The Pollen Indikator shows on-line the most recent pollen flight in Munich with a 3hrs lag-time. Two novelties lead to this Indikator: 1. Bavaria is...
Macrophages are key cells of the innate immune response against infections, but their roles in allergy and other type 2 inflammatory diseases are...
Honeybee stings are potentially life-threatening for venom-allergic individuals. Allergen-specific immunotherapy is the only curative therapy to treat...
EAACI Congress 2017, Helsinki
Maximilian Schiener, Ph.D. student in the group of PD Dr. Simon Blank (“Molecular and Translational Allergology”) at...
The Center of Allergy and Environment (ZAUM), which is located in Munich, is a hybrid institute equally funded by the Technical University of Munich (TUM) and the Helmholtz Zentrum München (HMGU). The working groups of the ZAUM are either located in the heart of Munich at the Biederstein Campus in Schwabing or at the Helmholtz Campus in Neuherberg.The aims of the ZAUM are to promote research on allergic diseases to gain mechanistic insights into the disease and to push therapeutic developments in order to provide better patient care or even be able to prevent the onset of allergic diseases. Learn more about ZAUM and our research groups.