FIND OUT ABOUT OUR THIRD-PARTY FUNDED PROJECTS

While our research is largely funded by the Max Planck Society, we actively and very successfully apply for competitive third-party grants, for example awarded by the European Research Council (ERC) and the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG). Thus we can implement and pursue still further projects in the field of ageing research.

Selected third-party funding since 2009

  • 2019-2024 | European Research Council (ERC) Horizon 2020,
    Advanced Grant for Adam Antebi
    NUAGE: Nuclear regulation of longevity

  • 2019-2022 | Human Frontier Science Program (HFSP)
    Enhancing mitochondrial DNA fidelity to improve mammalian lifespan and
    healthspan

  • 2017-2021 | European Research Council (ERC) Horizon 2020,
    Advanced Grant for Nils-Göran Larsson
    mtDNA-CURE: Treating mitochondrial disease caused by pathogenic mtDNA mutations

  • 2017 - 2022 | European Research Council (ERC) Horizon 2020,
    Advanced Grant for Linda Partridge
    GeroProtect: Developing Geroprtoectors to Prevent Polymorbidity

  • 2017-2021 | Marie Sklodovska-Curie ITN Remix

  • 2017-2020 | DFG
    SFB 1218: Mitochondrial regulation of cellular function

  • 2017-2019 | German-Israel-Project MitoBalance

  • 2017-2018 |  European Research Council
    Proof of Concept Grant ACUSLABS

  • 2017 |  European Research Council (ERC)
    Starting Grant for Constantinos Demetriades
    noRAG-TOR

  • 2016-2020 | German Research Council
    Collaborative Research Center 1218: Mitochondrial Regulation of Cellular Function.

  • 2016-2019 | Marie Skłodowska-Curie Action, Innovation Training Network
    REgulation of MItochondrial gene eXpression (REMIX)

  • 2015-2020  | European Research Council (ERC)
    Starting Grant for Martin Denzel
    MetAGEn

  • 2015-2020 | BMBF EndoProtect
    Prevention of neuronal protein aggregation through endogenous mechanisms1

  • 2015-2020 | German Research Council
    Reinhart Koselleck programme

  • 2013-2016 | DFG
    SFB 829: Molekulare Grundlagen der Regulation der Homöostase der Haut - Teilprojekt A11: Rolle der Kontraktilität und des "sensing" der Zelldichte auf die Regulation der epidermalen Stratifizierung und der Gewebshomöostase

  • 2013-2017 | DFG
    CECAD: EXC 229 - to support collaborative research

  • 2013-2015 | Behrens-Weise Foundation
    Role of rigidity sensing in skin homeostasis and aging

  • 2012-2015 | NRW Academy of Arts and Sciences/Stiftung Mercator
    Skin homeostasis and ageing

  • 2011-2017 | BMBF
    GERONTOSYS - Forschungskern: SyBACol (Systems Biology of Ageing Cologne); Project Area A: Systems Biology of Longevity Pathways; Teilprojekt B

  • 2011-2016 | European Research Council (ERC)
    Advanced Grant for Nils-Göran Larsson
    Genemit: Regulation of gene expression in mammalian mitochondria

  • 2011-2016 | European Research Council (ERC)
    Advanced Grant for Linda Partridge
    Experimental Research on Ageing

  • 2011-2015 | DFG
    SFB 635: Posttranslational control of protein function, Project C9: Regulation of C. elegans Developmental Timing by the F-box Protein  DRE-1/FBXO11

  • 2011-2014 | Max Planck Society
    Toxic Protein Conformation: Ageing as a Risk Factor for Protein Toxicity in the Fruit Fly Drosophila

  • 2011-2013 | EU & MIWF NRW im Rahmen des aus dem EFRE ko-finanzierten Operationellen Programms für NRW im Ziel 2 "Regionale Wettbewerbsfähigkeit und Beschäftigung" 2007-2013
    Geweberegeneration: Vom Modellorganismus zur Therapie (joint with Sabine Eming, TaconicArtemis Pharmaceuticals GmbH)

  • 2011-2012 | DFG
    CECAD: Ageing in Drosophila

  • 2011-2012 | DFG
    CECAD Project: Metabolomic Profiling of C. elegans Longevity

  • 2010-2015 | BMBF
    Virtual Liver Network

  • 2009-2016 | DFG
    SFB 829: Molecular mechanisms regulating skin homeostasis

  • 2009-2012 | DFG
    SFB 829: Molecular mechanisms regulating skin homeostasis - Pathophysiology of skin ageing and ageing-associated ulcerative dermatitis in mice

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