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  • project . 2019 - 2023
    Funder: EC Project Code: 797205
    Overall Budget: 178,157 EURFunder Contribution: 178,157 EUR
    Open Access mandate for Publications
    Partners: University of Innsbruck

    I am a stem cell biologist specialized on modeling human neurodegenerative diseases. During my PhD with Dr. O. Brüstle (University of Bonn), I was trained in human stem cell and reprogramming technologies working on human models for Alzheimer’s Disease (AD). As a postdo...

  • project . 2019 - 2024
    Funder: EC Project Code: 847681
    Overall Budget: 2,603,520 EURFunder Contribution: 1,301,760 EUR
    Open Access mandate for Publications
    Partners: University of Innsbruck

    The main purpose of the Ageing, Regeneration, and Drug Research doctoral programme (ARDRE-DP) consortium is to set up a PhD training network of the highest level possible with regard to recruitment, training and mentoring of early career scientists as laid down in the E...

  • project . 2019 - 2024
    Funder: EC Project Code: 847476
    Overall Budget: 2,440,800 EURFunder Contribution: 1,220,400 EUR
    Open Access mandate for Publications
    Partners: University of Innsbruck

    DOCC is an interdisciplinary doctoral programme at the University of Innsbruck for 15 international early-stage researchers on modelling and simulation in physics, chemistry, atmospheric sciences, material and engineering sciences, mathematics and computer science. DOCC...

  • project . 2010 - 2012
    Funder: EC Project Code: 254987
    Partners: University of Innsbruck
  • project . 2022 - 2023
    Funder: EC Project Code: 101025811
    Overall Budget: 186,167 EURFunder Contribution: 186,167 EUR
    Open Access mandate for Publications and Research Data
    Partners: University of Innsbruck

    The early modern period witnessed the gradual emergence of the unified field known today as science. The primary linguistic medium of all educated communication was Latin. Accordingly, Latin played a crucial role in how new scientific ideas were advanced and transmitted...

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