eu efre logo

LSA Fellows

 

In order to allow post-docs the freedom of independent research, CBBS tenders research grants (LSA-Fellows) with a dedicated budget.

The research grants serve the purpose of tying researchers to our location to promote excellence in research in Magdeburg. Also, this creates innovative projects without tight restrictions on research aims and methods, which helps these “Starter Projects” develop new methods or investigate new areas of research by themselves or through co-operations, possibly finding the next break-through in their field. This also gives scientists the possibility to assess innovative questions that do not necessarily match their previous research, creating new degrees of freedom in creativeness.

This instrument also aims to create independent researchers well-equipped with the knowledge and experience of acquiring third-party funding during their grants.

After careful review of the multitude of project proposal submissions we have chosen to support the following with funding:

 

cCBBS Wang mini

„LSA Fellow 4“

Project title: Perceptual learning in retina implant users

Projectleader: Dr. Lihui Wang

readmore

 


 

cCBBS Ball nmini

„LSA Fellow 5“

Project title: Developing cutting-edge MRI artefact removal for simultaneous EEG-fMRI data recording by using spatially-selective carbon-wire loops

Projectleader: Dr. Felix Ball

readmore


 

CBBS Wolbers Kuehn 18 mini

„LSA Fellow 6“

Project title: Layer-dependent Plasticity of Human Topographic Maps

Projectleader: Dr. Esther Kühn

weiterlesen

 


 

„LSA Fellow 7“

Project title: Temporal interference brain stimulation - advanced control and advanced application

Projectleader: Dr. Philipp Ruhnau

readmore


 

„LSA Fellow 8“

Project title: Bassoon-associated Tauopathies: disease mechanisms and potential interventions

Projectleader: Dr. Corolina Montanegro

readmore


 

„LSA Fellow 9“

Project title: Role of local-circuit neurons in the formation and over-generalization of remote fear memory

Projectleader: Dr. Syed Ahsan Raza

readmore


 

„LSA Fellow 10“

Project title: Role of Bassoon in interneuron (dys-)function related to neuropsychiatric disorders

Projectleader: Dr. Anil Annamneedi

readmore


 

„LSA Fellow 11“

Project title: Minimizing fall risks by using augmented reality glasses with active obstacle detection

Projectleader: Dr. Felix Ball

readmore


 

„LSA Fellow 12“

Project title: Development of neuroplastin-derived TRAF6-binding peptides with a wide-range of anti-inflammatory properties: Applications to neurodegenerative processes

Projectleader: Dr. Rodrigo Herrera-Molina

readmore

 

 



 

Funding since 2008 - 2015

Read more...

 

 

Volker Korz

„LSA Fellow 1“

Project title: Analysis of modulation in induction and sustainment of long-term potentiation and –depression through learning experiences and memory forming

Projectleader: PD Dr. Volker Korz

 


Thomas Koch

„LSA Fellow 2“

Project title: Functional selectivity of opioids at the µ-opioidreceptor: examining the role of phospholipase D2

Projectleader: Prof. Dr. Thomas Koch

 

 


Marija Rankovic

„LSA Fellow 3“

Project title: Mechanisms of presynaptic plasticity: alternative processing of Bassoon and interaction with c-terminal binding proteins (CtBPs)

Projectleader: Dr. Marija Rankovic

 

Wahrnehmung und Handlung sind eng im Gehirn verknüpft

09.12.2019 - Forschungsergebnisse einer CBBS finanzierten Studie im renommierten Journal NATURE veröffentlicht

Save the Date: CBBS-Mitgliederversammlung 2020

01.04.2020, 9:00 - 16:00 Uhr, LIN, Ebbinghaus Lecture Hall

weitere Meldungen

Read more...

Members

Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg

LIN Leibniz Institute for Neurobiology Magdeburg


Promoting young researchers

CBBS Graduierten Logo