Jump to main navigation Skip to Content

DFG Logo: back to Homepage Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft

DFG Contacts

Stand: May 13, 2019

Dr. Theodora Hogenkamp

Programme Director
Life Sciences 2: Microbiology, Immunology, Neurosciences

E-Mail: Theodora.Hogenkamp@dfg.de
Telephone: +49 (228) 885-2468
Telefax: +49 (228) 885-713320
Kennedyallee 40
53175 Bonn


Tasks and Responsibilities

Scientific Areas of Responsibility

206-08 Clinical Neurosciences I - Neurology, Neurosurgery, Neuroradiology

Scientific Areas of Responsibility (Deputy Contact)

206-06 Cognitive Neuroscience
206-09 Biological and Molecular Psychiatry
206-10 Clinical Neurosciences II - Psychiatry, Psychotherapy, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
206-11 Clinical Neurosciences III - Ophthalmology

Coordinated Programmes (procedural matters)

Clinical Research Units

219 Basal-Ganglia-Cortex-Loops: Mechanisms of Pathological Interactions and Therapeutic Modulation
247 Tiefe Hirnstimulation: Wirkmechanismus, Kortex-Basalganglien - Physiologie und Therapieoptimierung

Priority Programmes

1738 Emerging roles of non-coding RNAs in nervous system development, plasticity and disease

Research Units

1228 Molecular Pathogenesis of Myofibrillar Myopathies
1336 From monocytes to brain macrophages - conditions influencing the fate of myeloid cells in the brain
2289 Calcium homeostasis in neuroinflammation and -degeneration: New targets for therapy of multiple sclerosis?
2488 Reduced penetrance in hereditary movement disorders: Elucidating mechanisms of endogenous disease protection
2715 Epileptogenesis of genetic epilepsies

Coordinated Programmes (scientific matters)

CRC/Transregios

128 Initiating/Effector versus Regulatory Mechanisms in Multiple Sclerosis - Progress towards Tackling the Disease
167 Development, function and potential of myeloid cells in the central nervous system (NeuroMac)

Collaborative Research Centres

779 Neurobiology of motivated behavior
936 Multi-Site Communication in the Brain

Research Training Groups

2175 Perception in Context and its Neural Basis