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Funded Early Career Researchers

Geförderte der Early Career Researcher Mobility, Runde I, September 2022:  

Sascha Riaz, Postdoctoral Prize Fellow (PPRF), Nuffield College, investigates how liberalizing labour market access for refugees affects natives’ immigration attitudes. Host: Prof. Anselm Hager, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

Xavier Bach, Postdoctoral researcher at JRF Trinity College, examines heteroclisis (the mixing of inflection classes) as a repair for a phonological clash in French. Host: Prof. Sascha Gaglia, Freie Universität Berlin

Ingrid Schreiber, Doctoral student at Wadham College and the Faculty of History, Oxford, works on a project in intellectual history, which continues the work of the Oxford-Berlin Enlightenment Hub. Host: Tobias Rosefeldt, Humboldt-Unversität zu Berlin

Ignacio Juarez Martinez, Doctoral student at the Department of Biology, University of Oxford, develops a methodology to study animal behaviour in the wild using event cameras. Host: Guillermo Gallego, Technische Universität Berlin.

Sophia Rosa Mara Buck, Doctoral student in Medieval and Modern Languages (German Studies) at Oxford University, will visit two projects in Berlin: 1) Matthias Schwartz (ZfL, HU), Caroline Adler (HU), 2) Daniel Weidner (ZfL, HU, Halle). Her research investigates Walter Benjamin as intercultural mediator and critic.

Josh Hitt, Doctoral Student at the History Faculty at Oxford University, works on a project that aims to situate Medieval Greek storytelling in a global context. Host: Beatrice Gruendler, Freie Universität Berlin

Ana Victoria Lechuga-Vieco, Postdoctoral Researcher at The Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology, NDORMS, University of Oxford, conducted collaborative experiments using the single-cell platform. Host: Katja Simon, Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine

Clare Mulley, Doctoral student of Humanities at St. Hughs in Oxford, investigates the reception of Wagner’s Ring libretti in later literature, especially poetry. Host: Lukas Rösli, NordEuropa Institut, HU Berlin

Mariana Borsa, Postdoctoral Researcher on Integrative Biomedicine and Sir Henry Wellcome Fellow, investigates how T cell diversity is established in immunity, through a mechanism called asymmetric cell division. Host: Katja Simon, Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine