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DFG Contacts

Stand: July 16, 2019

Dr. Andreas Görlich

Programme Officer
Life Sciences 2: Microbiology, Immunology, Neurosciences

E-Mail: andreas.goerlich@dfg.de
Telephone: +49 (228) 885-2566
Telefax: +49 (228) 885-713320
Kennedyallee 40
53175 Bonn


Tasks and Responsibilities

Scientific Areas of Responsibility

206-02 Cellular Neuroscience
206-03 Developmental Neurobiology

Scientific Areas of Responsibility (Deputy Contact)

206-01 Molecular Neuroscience and Neurogenetics
206-05 Organismic Neurobiology

Coordinated Programmes (procedural matters)

Priority Programmes

1757 Functional specializations of neuroglia as critical determinants of brain activity

Research Units

2143 Interneuron Plasticity – From Mechanisms to Higher Brain Functions
2705 Dissection of a Brain Circuit: Structure, Plasticity and Behavioral Function of the Drosophila mushroom body
2795 Synapses under stress: Early events induced by metabolic failure at glutamatergic synapses

Coordinated Programmes (scientific matters)

Clusters of Excellence

307 Werner Reichardt Centre for Integrative Neuroscience (CIN)

Collaborative Research Centres

870 Assembly and Function of Neuronal Circuits
874 Integration and Representation of Sensory Processes
894 Ca2+ Signals: Molecular Mechanisms and Integrative Functions
1080 Molecular and Cellular Mechanisms of Neural Homeostasis
1089 Synaptic Micronetworks in Health and Disease
1134 Functional ensembles: Cellular components, patterned activity and plasticity of co-active neurons in local networks
1233 Robust Vision — Inference Principles and Neural Mechanisms
1286 Quantitative Synaptology
1315 Mechanisms and disturbances in memory consolidation: From synapses to systems

Research Training Groups

1885 Molecular basis of sensory biology
2413 The ageing synapse - molecular, cellular and behavioral underpinnings of cognitive decline
2416 MultiSenses-MultiScales: Novel approaches to decipher neural processing in multisensory integration