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ERC Consolidator Grants

Prof. Dr. Andrea Christina Felfe de Ormeño (2020)

Social context in the mirror of human development: With an ERC Consolidator Grant of two million euros, Christina Felfe will research over five years in cooperation with kindergartens and schools throughout Germany what role parents, classmates, teachers and general socialization processes play in the emergence of group preferences. More...


Prof. Dr. Dominic Grün (2018)**

With the ERC grant of two million euros, Dominic Grün is researching the hematopoietic bone marrow using single-cell sequencing and genome-wide molecular imaging.

Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Kastenmüller (2018)

Wolfgang Kastenmüller studies the development of special immune cells that show promise in treating cancer. He has now been awarded an ERC Consolidator Grant worth nearly two million euros for his research. More

Prof. Dr. Claudia Höbartner (2016)**

Claudia Höbartner is working on DNA and RNA enzymes. For one of these projects, the European Research Council granted her an "ERC Consolidator Grant" worth over two million euros. The goal is to develop fluorescent RNA enzymes that can be introduced into living cells to visualize their activity "live" using fluorescent signals.  More...

Prof. Dr. Lars Dölken (2016)

What happens when herpes viruses invade human cells? This question is the research focus of Professor Lars Dölken. His work is now being funded by a grant from the European Research Council worth around two million euros.  More ...

Prof. Dr. Roland Mitric (2015)

Helping advance solar energy technology: Professor Roland Mitric was awarded a 1.5 million euro ERC Consolidator Grant that will allow him to push on with his research of energy and charge transfer dynamics in complex molecules and nanostructures. More...

Prof. Dr. Tobias Brixner (2013)

With the funds from his ERC Consolidator Grant (2.7 million euros), Professor Tobias Brixner develops new methods for basic research on molecular processes at the Institute of Physical and Theoretical Chemistry. More…

Prof. Dr. Jürgen Groll (2013)

Biomaterials that can help open up new possibilities in the field of medicine - this is what Professor Jürgen Groll is working on as the Chair of Functional Materials in Medicine and Dentistry. He was awarded an ERC Consolidator Grant worth just under 2 million euros. More…

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* Grant solicited at JMU, but ERC grant winner has since left JMU.

** ERC grant winner was not yet at JMU at the time of approval.