The members of the INTRIM consortium are:

Radboud University and Radboud University Medical Center, Nijmegen, The Netherlands

Prof. Mihai G. Netea – Trained immunity: mechanisms in vaccination and infection
Prof. Leo A.B. Joosten – Trained immunity and autoinflammation
Prof. Niels P. Riksen – Trained immunity and atherosclerosis
Prof. Reinout van Crevel – Trained immunity and tuberculosis
Prof. Henk Stunnenberg – Epigenetic reprogramming in trained immunity
Prof. Robert Sauerwein – Trained immunity and malaria

Broad Institute at Harvard/MIT, Boston, USA

Prof. Ramnik Xavier – Systems biology of trained immunity
Kate Jeffrey – Epigenomics of trained immunity

University of South Denmark and Statens Serum Institute

Prof. Christine Stabell-Benn and Prof. Peter Aaby – Heterologous effects of vaccination

University of Bonn, Germany

Prof. Joachim Schultze – Trained immunity and chronic exposure to non-natural bioactive substances
Prof. Eicke Latz and Dr. Anette Christ – Trained immunity and sterile inflammatory diseases
Dr. Andreas Schlitzer - Mechanisms of organ specific trained innate immunity

Dresden University, Germany

Prof. Triantafyllos Chavakis - Trained immunity and myelopoiesis

Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland

Prof. Luke O’Neill – Immunometabolism in innate immune memory

University of Cape Town, South Africa

Prof. Musa Mhlanga – Non-coding RNA regulation of trained immunity

Mount Sinai Medical School, New York, USA

Prof. Willem Mulder  – Nanoparticles modulation of trained immunity 
dr. Jordi Ochando - Trained immunity in transplantation

Singapore Immunology Network (SIgN), Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), Singapore

Prof. Subhra Biswas – Trained immunity regulation in myeloid cells
Dr. Norman Pavelka – Trained immunity in fungal infections

Quillen College of Medicine, East Tennessee State University, USA 

Prof. David L Williams -Trained immunity in sepsis 

Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN

Prof. Edward R. Sherwood - The role of dectin-1 and TLR4 in trained immunity