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Dr Gordian Schudt

The team of authors is participating in Ebola field diagnostics in Guinea as part of the European Mobile Lab project.

Marburg virologists Dr Svenja Wolff, Dr Thomas Strecker, Anne Kelterbaum and Dr Gordian Schudt (l to r) have each spent several weeks in Guinea as part of the EMLab project, so as to conduct on-site diagnostics of suspected cases of Ebola. Another virologist from Marburg is currently deployed in Guinea.

// is a postdoc in the Institute of Virology at the University of Marburg

// He is particularly fascinated by the microscopic investigation of living cells that have become infected with Ebola or Marburg viruses

// Within these cells, he investigates viral transport, assembly and release

Contact: laborundmore@succidia.de

Ebola outbreak in West Africa

A mysterious fever - von Dr Thomas Strecker, Dr Gordian Schudt, Dr Svenja Wolff, Anne Kelterbaum, Dr Markus Eickmann, Prof. Dr Stephan Becker

In early March this year, deep in the forest region of southeast Guinea, cases started to accumulate for a mysterious fever that claimed many lives among its sufferers. Muscle pain, high fever, vomiting and severe diarrhoea – all symptoms that doctors often observe in Africa's hospitals, but this time, all attempts to treat them proved futile.