Plus 3 Grantholders.
The key successes of our Plus 3 programme: Between 2010 and 2017, approximately 80% of successfull applicants have obtained professorships, around 40 % of them come from abroad. Despite the fact that women represent only about 30 % of the applicants, they comprise some 40 % of successful Plus 3 applicants. In this way, the Plus 3 programme serves in fact as a springboard during one of the most decisive career phases of young scientists.
Christian Hackenberger, the first Plus 3 grantholder, is now a W3 professor at the Leibniz Institute for Molecular Pharmacology (FMP) and at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. For his outstanding achievements, he was subsequently awarded, among other things, the Heinz Maier-Leibnitz Prize by the German Research Foundation.
Who has successfully applied for the Plus 3 programme?
Listed below are grantholders with the institutions at which they were conducting research upon submitting their applications.
- Dr Stephanie Kath-Schorr – University of Bonn
"Chemical tools for studying functional RNAs"
- Dr Christian Merten – University of Bochum
"Stereochemical communication as probe for halogen bonding interactions"
- Dr Andrey Antonchick – Technical University Dortmund
"Direct oxidative coupling for sustainable chemistry"
- Dr Anne-Kathrin Classen – University of Freiburg
"Spatial patterning of stress responses in tissue damage, chronic wounds, and cancer"
- Dr Katrin Domke – Max Planck Institute of Polymer Research, Mainz
"Unravelling the redox behaviour of individual azurin metalloproteins with EC-TERS"
- Dr André Scheffel – Max Planck Institute of Molecular Plant Physiology, Potsdam
"Molecular mechanisms of biomineralization in coccolithophores"
- Dr Amar Sharma – Hannover Medical School (MHH)
"Harnessing the potential of direct hepatic reprogramming for treatment of liver diseases"
- Prof. Christian Behrends – University of Frankfurt
"Molecular dissection of the crosstalk between autophagy and secretion"
- Prof. Julia von Blume – Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry, Martinsried
"Cargo sorting during protein secretion"
- Prof. Elsa Sanchez Garcia – Max Planck Institute für Kohlenforschung, Mülheim an der Ruhr
"Computational design of molecules with therapeutic potential"
- Dr Naoko Mizuno – Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry, Martinsried
"Structural studies on protein assemblies by cryo-EM: integrin-based focal adhesion"
- Prof. Christian Hackenberger – Freie Universität Berlin
"Chemo-selektive Staudinger-Reaktionen für die Modifizierung von Peptiden und Proteinen"
- Prof. Laura Hartmann – Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces, Potsdam
"Ein neuer Baukasten für biofunktionale Makromoleküle und ihre Anwendungen in der Biomedizin"
- Prof. Marco Idzko – University Medical Center Freiburg
"Purinergic receptor-signalling as new therapeutic targets in asthma and COPD?"
- Prof. Peter Kovacs – Interdisciplinary Center for Clinical Research (IZKF), University of Leipzig
"Funktionelle Genetik der Fettverteilung"
- Prof. Alexis Maizel – University of Heidelberg
"Elucidating the cellular basis of morphogenetic plasticity in plants"
- Prof. Andriy Mokhir – University of Heidelberg
"A photochemical autocatalytic reaction for amplified detection of ribonucleic acids in live cells"
- Prof. Christine Radtke – Hannover Medical School (MHH)
"Intravenous transplantation of adipose-derived stromal cells to enhance peripheral nerve regeneration"
- Prof. Krishnaraj Rajalingam – University of Frankfurt
"Role of IAP-IAP complexes (IAPosomes)"
- Prof. Daniel Schubert – University of Düsseldorf
"Identification of the mechanisms and factors mediating the epigenetic control of cell fate in plants"