A question of perspective

In many cases, it is worth considering a disease not only from a clinical point of view but also from an immunological one.

Coughing is not the same as coughing.

Virus, bacteria or allergy? The course of the disease differs from an immunological point of view, depending on the cause of the disease. Therefore, for each trigger different solutions lead to the goal.

Likewise, not all allergies are the same.

Whether hypersensitivity reactions, type 1 or type 3 allergies they sometimes barely differ in their symptoms, but fundamentally in their course and therapy.

In cooperation with Professor Wolfgang Leibold, several new therapies for sweet itch have been developed at the Foundation of the University of Veterinary Medicine Hanover.

Immunology also offers surprisingly successful solutions for hypersensitivity reactions such as COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) or chronic and recurrent diseases such as ERU (equine recurrent uveitis) and laminitis.