Outstanding individual grants (DFG)

DFG

On this page we proudly present our current outstanding individual grants for young scientists promoted by the German Research Foundation.

These are subsidies from the Heisenberg Programme and the Emmy Noether Programme.

  • Heisenberg - Proféssuren

    • PD Dr. Dr. Sonja Loges, Institute of Tumor Biology and II. Medical Clinic (since 2015)
    • Prof. Dr. Jörg Heeren, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (since 2015)
    • Prof. Dr. Tobias Donner, Institute of Neurophysiology and Pathophysiology (since 2015)
    • Dr. Simone Kühn, Clinic for Psychiatry and Psychotherapy (since 2015)
    • PD Dr. Maura Dandri, I. Department of Internal Medicine (since 2012)

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    Experimental Traumatology

    Head: Prof. Dr. Dr. Eric Hesse

    For more information about the Research Working Group

    • "The Role of Innate lymphoid Cells in inflammatory neurological diseases," Dr. JE. Turner, III. Department of Internal Medicine (funding by the DFG since 2015)
    • "The molecular mechanisms of clustered synaptic plasticity", Dr. M. Mikhaylova, Center for Molecular Neurobiology Hamburg (ZMNH), (funded by the DFG since 2015)
    • "Studies on the role of subcortical dopaminergic networks in decision-making", Dr. J. Peters, Institute of Systems Neuroscience (funded by the DFG since 2014)
    • "Influence of ultrastructure on the fracture properties of human bone tissue in physiological and pathological conditions," Dr. B. Busse, Department of Osteology and Biomechanics (funding by the DFG since 2013)
    • "Local cyclic nucleotid-mediated signal transduction and cAMP / cGMP interactions as regulators of cardiac function and disease", Prof. Dr. V. Nikolaev, Institute of Experimental Cardiovascular Research (funded by the DFG since 2010)
    • "Biomarkers and genetics of non-invasive vascular function in cardiovascular disease - from biology to prevention," Dr. RB Schnabel, Department of General and Interventional Cardiology (funded by the DFG since 2010)
    • "Maturation of frontal-subcortical cognitive loops in relation to early synchronized neuronal activity: mechanisms and relevance for perinatal ischemia", Prof. Dr. I. Hanganu-Opatz (funded by the DFG since 2008)