SIRS Early Career Award for Alexandra Korda!

SIRS Early Career Awards Congratulations! Alexandra Korda has been chosen as an Early Career Awardee for the 2023 Congress of the Schizophrenia International Research Society to be held in Toronto, Canada, 11-15 May 2023.  The program is intended to sponsor individuals who have through their research, teaching or clinical activities demonstrated professional and scientific interest in …

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Congratulations! Professor Borgwardt ranks among Highly Cited Researchers 2022

Congratulations!! For the fifth year in a row, Professor Dr. Stefan Borgwardt ranks among an elite group of scientists recognised for their exceptional research influence, demonstrated by the production of multiple highly-cited papers that rank in the top 1% of citations by field and year in the Web of Science. Following his achievement in previous …

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Renate-Maass Prize for Laura Müller-Pinzler!

Dr. Laura Müller-Pinzler receives the Renate-Maass Prize for Neuroimaging The University of Lübeck has awarded Dr. Laura Müller-Pinzler with prestigious the Renate-Maass Prize 2022! Congratulations for this success! The prize is an early career recognition prize sponsored by the Renate-Maass Foundation.   Fotos: Guido Kollmeier; Rechte: Universität zu Lübeck

Dr David Stolz receives EKFS-funding for his project “Neurocomputational mechanisms of fatigue in Long Covid”

Neurocomputational mechanisms of fatigue in Long–COVID and their links to immune activation One of the most prominent symptoms of Long COVID is fatigue. Dr David Stolz now received funding from the Else-Kröner Fresenius Stiftung to investigate the hitherto unexamined psychological and neurobiological processes underlying fatigue with the aim to improve prediction and early intervention.  The project will start in February 2023. 

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