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Complete List of the Funded Projects 2019

Through a first "Call for Proposals," funds could be awarded for, among other things, workshops, short-term research stays, and travel grants, including for doctoral candidates and postdoctoral researchers

“Brain Rehabilitation, Assessment and Intervention in Multiple Sclerosis” (Brain-MS; Medizin/Life-Sciences)

Applicants: Dr. Amit Lampit (University of Melbourne), Prof. Dr. Med. Friedemann Paul (Charité)

“Bridging psychology, economics, and neuroscience - MEL-BER Research Partnership on Decision” (Medicine/Life Sciences)

Applicants: Prof. Stefan Bode (University of Melbourne), Prof. Dr. Med. Hauke Heekeren (Freie Universität Berlin) 

“Engineering and testing an antibody-linked clickable toxin to treat brain tumor glioblastoma” (Medicine/Life Sciences)

Applicants: Dr. John Wookey (University of Melbourne), Prof. Dr. Hendrik Fuchs (Charité) 

“Effective communication, health literacy and interprofessionality in a global health workforce”(Medicine/Life Sciences)

Applicants: Prof. Robyn Woodward-Kron (University of Melbourne) Prof. Dr. Michael Ewers (Charité) 

“Fusing toolkits for large-scale connectome analyses” (Medicine/Life Sciences)

Applicants: Prof. Andrew Zalesky (University of Melbourne), Prof. Dr. Henrik Walter (Charité)

“Future teachers for the planet. Powerful knowledge for a better ESD in teacher training” (Humanities/STEM)

Applicants: Dr. Jeana Kriewaldt (University of Melbourne), Prof. Dr. rer. nat. habil. Péter Bagoly-Simó (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)

“MEDIA, MIGRATION AND POLITICS. A Comparative Study of Media Representations of Immigrants in Austrailia and Germany” (Social Sciences)

Applicants: Prof. Karen Farquharson (University of Melbourne), Prof. Dr. Gökce Yurdakul (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)

“Molecular Mechanism of Seed Size Control” (STEM) 

Applicants: Dr. John Golz (University of Melbourne), Prof. Dr. Kerstin Kaufmann (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)

“Multiplexing the Neuronal Code” (Medicine/Life Sciences)

Applicants: Prof. Lucy Palmer (University of Melbourne), Dr. Jens Kremkow (Charité)

“Pre-Service Science Teachers' Scientific reasoning competencies” (Humanities/STEM)

Applicants: Dr. Merryn Dawborn-Gundlach (University of Melbourne), Dr. Moritz Krell (Freie Universität Berlin)

“Role of diet and physical activity in mutiple sclerosis” (Medicine/Life Sciences) 

Applicants: Dr. Steve Simpson, Jr (University of Melbourne), Prof. Dr. Med. Friedemann Paul (Charité) 

“Simulating the management of ephemeral events in navigation databases” (STEM)

Applicants: Prof. Stephan Winter (University of Melbourne), Prof. Dr. Kai Nagel (Technische Universität Berlin)