A Strong Network

InfectoGnostics is strongly rooted in the research landscape of Thuringia and regionally and nationally connected with other research institutions:

Additionally, InfectoGnostics ist also a member of:

While implementing the Thuringian Innovation Strategy the Research Campus is working in close cooperation with the Thuringian ClusterManagement (ThCM) of the State Development Corporation of Thuringia (LEG).

Everything under one roof
InfectoGnostics has more than 1,000 square metres of laboratory and office space with the most modern equipment in the Centre for Applied Research and the adjacent Institute of Physical Chemistry at the University of Jena.

The research campus is a place where researchers from various disciplines and organisations can exchange ideas and work together. Concepts developed here are later tested by users involved in the project and turned into products by the participating firms. In addition to scientific projects, education and youth development are key components of the research strategy. The InfectoGnostics research campus is a Jena-based digital innovation hub for the Life Sciences.

The InfectoGnostics research topics are incorporated into existing initiatives, such as in the DFG Excellence Graduate School Jena School for Microbial Communication (JSMC), the Carl Zeiss Graduate School for Optical Spectroscopic Cell Diagnostics and the Abbe School of Photonics (ASP). New measures relating to education and training include the InfectoGnostics graduate programme DiagnosTech, in which research on medical and technology issues is carried out with proportionate funding from industry partners. A graduate school for clinical biophotonics is also in the planning stage.

The research campus is funded by the BMBF and with resources from the Free State of Thuringia. About half of the required budget is financed by the participating partners from research and industry.