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Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg (JMU) is endowed with several DFG-funded Collaborative Research Centres, Research Training Groups, and Research Units. In the most recent DFG Funding Atlas (2015), JMU ranks 19th among all 105 German universities. The total external funds raised by JMU scientists in 2016 amount to approximately 101 million euros.

JMU’s humanities have been particularly successful in the highly competitive German Academies' Program, currently running six long-term projects with a duration of up to twenty years.

 

 

Collaborative Research Centres (DFG)
Research Units (DFG)
Priority Programmes (DFG)
Projects of the Bavarian Academy of Sciences and Humanities

Das Corpus der hethitischen Festrituale
Prof. Dr. Daniel Schwemer
Philosophische Fakultät I - Institut für Altertumswissenschaften/Lehrstuhl für Altorientalistik

Richard Wagner Schriften (RWS) - Historisch-kritische Gesamtausgabe
Prof. Dr. Ulrich Konrad
Institut für Musikforschung/Lehrstuhl für Musikwissenschaft I

Corpus monodicum: Die einstimmige Musik des lateinischen Mittelalters
Prof. Dr. Andreas Haug
Institut für Musikforschung/ Lehrstuhl für Musikwissenschaft II

Frühneuzeitliche Ärztebrief
Prof. Dr. Michael Stolberg
Institut für Geschichte der Medizin/ Lehrstuhl für Geschichte der Medizin

Ptolemaeus Arabus et Latinus
Prof. Dr. Dag Nikolaus Hasse
Institut für Philosophie/ Lehrstuhl für Philosophie III

Laureates
Junior Research Groups

Emmy-Noether-Program

More than meets the eye: Integration, Influences and impairments of direct gaze processing
Jun.-Prof. Dr. Anne Böckler-Raettig – Faculty of Human Sciences, Department of Psychology III

Hormonal regulation of metabolism
Dr. Grzegorz Sumara – Rudolf-Virchow-Center / DFG-Center for Experimental Biomedicine

MYC-dependent Coordination of RNA polymerase activitities during ribosome biogenesis and cellgrowth
Dr. Elmar Wolf – Biocenter of the University Würzburg / Chair of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Encoding a time-compensated sun compass
Dr. Basil EL Jundi – Chair of Zoology II

Ecology and evolution of cooperative fungiculture in beatles
Dr. Peter Biedermann – Biocenter of the University Würzburg

Elucidating specifcity and mechanism of the ubiquitination machinery
Dr. Sonja Gisela Lorenz – Rudolf-Virchow-Zentrum / DFG-Forschungszentrum für Experimentelle Biomedizin

Studies on the role of microtubule and actin filament regulatory proteins in megakaryo and thrombopoiesis
Dr. Markus Bender – Universitätsklinikum / Rudolf Virchow Center / Chair of Experimental Biomedicine

JMU Junior Research Groups - Excellent Ideas

In order to promote outstanding research, JMU has lauchend the Excellent Ideas Programm. The programm offers established junior researchers the opportunity to kick-start their international academic careers in an esteemed research environment, leading their own junior research group.

The JMU faculties are establishing 13 Junior Research Groups with a maximum duration of 5 years in cutting-edge fields of research most likely until the end of 2017.

Research Training Groups (DFG)
Graduate Schools (Excellence Initiative)

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