What Does Clinical Research at Universities in Germany Need?

The DFG Presents Recommendations for Developing Clinical Research / Plea for Open and Free Competition for Funding and Dependable Career Paths


(30.07.15) The DFG has presented recommendations for “Developing Clinical Research at German University Hospitals between 2015 and 2025” (available in German). The DFG Permanent Senate Commission on Key Questions in Clinical Research, chaired by DFG Vice-President Professor Dr. Leena Bruckner-Tuderman, approved these recommendations. They include dependable career paths in clinical research, targeted long-term investments in infrastructures and the staff associated with these, scope for research and a plea for open-topic funding for knowledge-driven research.

DFG Names Recipients of Eugen and Ilse Seibold Prizes 2015

Jurist Miyoko Motozawa and Political Scientist Gesine Foljanty-Jost to Receive Award for Contribution to Japan-Germany Relations


(16.07.15) The DFG names a substantial increase in basic funding for higher education institutions, continued dedicated support for top-level research and the improvement of career prospects for young researchers as the key challenges for the research system, the research community and research policy in Germany. Re-elected DFG President Professor Dr. Peter Strohschneider and Secretary General Dorothee Dzwonnek expressed their views at the annual press conference in Berlin.

The DFG's Annual Press Conference in Berlin

Re-elected President Strohschneider: "Continue with Successful Ventures, Address Urgent Problems" / Proposals for Further Development of the Excellence Initiative


(09.07.15) The DFG names a substantial increase in basic funding for higher education institutions, continued dedicated support for top-level research and the improvement of career prospects for young researchers as the key challenges for the research system, the research community and research policy in Germany. Re-elected DFG President Professor Dr. Peter Strohschneider and Secretary General Dorothee Dzwonnek expressed their views at the annual press conference in Berlin.

The First DFG App: The Digital World of Microbes

Tablet Compendium on Infection Research / Up to Date, Entertaining, Interactive


(09.07.15) The DFG has presented its first German-language app for mobile devices at its annual press conference in Berlin. The “MenschMikrobe” app is an entertaining compendium based on scientific facts about infection research.

 

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DFG Representation Abroad (Interactive Map)

One of the DFG's core strategies, which is to promote collaboration between researchers at home and abroad, has gained increasing importance in the recent past. Establishing offices abroad is a part of this international strategy.

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Research Funding

Nine New Research Units, One New Clinical Research Unit

This was decided by the Senate of the DFG at its session during the 2015 Annual Meeting. The research collaborations will offer researchers the possibility of pursuing current and pressing issues in their research areas and establishing innovative work directions.

Research Explorer – Research Directory

The Research Explorer is a fully searchable directory of 23,000 institutes at German universities and non-university research institutions. It is linked to the HRK’s Higher Education Compass offering additional information on doctoral programmes.


India

TechKriti 2015 at IIT Kanpur

The German Research Foundation (DFG India Office), consortium leader of the German House for Research and Innovation (DWIH New Delhi), participated in TechKriti 2015, the annual Technological and Entrepreneurial festival of Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kanpur from 19th to 22nd March 2015. Dr. Vaibhav Agarwal (Senior Scientific Officer, DFG India Office) welcomed students and faculty members to an information session in which he introduced the role of DFG in the consortium of the DWIH New Delhi.

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