Prof.
Frank T Hufert
Medizinische Hochschule Brandenburg, Senftenberg, Germany
My first postdoc in Frank`s lab at the University of Freiburg set me on the course of rapid diagnostics development. We have developed and published research continuously since then.
39 joint publications
Dr.
Amadou Alpha Sall
Institut Pasteur de Dakar, Senegal
A collaboration of 20 years into developing new diagnostic tools for moblie use in Africa, characterising viruses and studying their molecular epidemiology together with his team of enthusiastic scientists.

Dr. Ousmane Faye
Dr. Oumar Faye
Dr. Mawlouth Diallo
Dr. Gamou Fall
Dr. Mosusa Moise Diagne
Dr. Martin Faye
Dr. Cheil Tidiane Diagne
Dr. Cheik Fall
Dr. Cheik Loucoubar
33 joint publications
Dr.
Ahmed Abd
El-Wahed
Institut für Tierhygiene und Öffentliches Veterinärwesen, Leipzig, Germany
Starting as a PhD in my lab at the University of Göttingen Ahmed came up with the suitcase lab idea after a joint deployment to Senegal`s Kedougou area. As an independent researcher he is driving his own mobile diagnostics development especially for Africa but also in Bangladesh.
21 joint publications
Prof.
Ali Mirazimi
Karolinska Institute Stockholm, Sweden
A supporter and collaborator on all my haemorrhagic fever viruses activities for many years and in many joint EU-projects.
9 joint publications
Prof.
Gerhard Dobler
Institut für Mikrobiologie der Bundeswehr, München, Germany
One of Germany`s top arbovirologists, certainly the most enthusiastic who was very happy when we finally solved the Tripec and Kemerovo virus riddle.
8 joint publications
Prof.
Matthias Niedrig
Robert Koch Insttitut, Berlin, Germany
For a long time the colleauge to go to for reference materials, very supportive and a great lead of the historic ENIVD network and very well connected in the arbovirus scene in Europe.
11 joint publications
Prof.
Martin Pfeffer
Institut für Tierhygiene und Öffentliches Veterinärwesen, Leipzig, Germany
Another arbovirus enthusiast who can´t take his hands off ticks, a very competent and supportive colleauge.
5 joint publications
Prof.
Paolo MdA Zanotto
University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
Great virologist with a very good understanding of the evolution of viruses in their particular settings. Great discussions and plans all the time.
6 joint publications
Prof.
Márcio Roberto Teixeira Nunes
Instituto Evadro Chagas, Belem, Brazil
Arbovirologist at the centre of Brazilian`s treasure trove of arboviruses in Belem. Easy going and very competent, a collaborator for many years.
5 joint publications
Prof.
Simon MacKenzie
Institute of Aquaculture, Stirling, Scotland
A very competent immunologists with an evolutionary view on the development of the immune sytem. Great to collaborate with.
2 joint publications
Dr.
Michaël Bekaert
Institute of Aquaculture, Stirling, Scotland
A bioinformatician and biologist, who actually understands what I am looking for and always has a solution.
8 joint publications
IMTEKInstitute for Microsystems Technology, Freiburg, Germany
A fruitful collaboration on the engineering side of point of care systems with various teams since 2005
11 joint publications