Grants Office

The Grants Office actively collaborates with our research faculty to scout for national and international funding opportunities. It is committed to increase information exchange between the funding agencies and our scientific community. 

The Grants Office is engaged in interpreting the formal requirements of the national and international funding agencies, in providing scientific and administrative help for the grant preparation, in designing the budget, and in supporting the final submission of proposals.

The Grants office follows, once the proposal is accepted, all the aspects linked with the phase of negotiating the grant agreement. It handles the allocated budget by monitoring it in collaboration with the administrative offices. It manages the scientific and financial reports and the aspects related with closure of the proposal. 

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Successfully acquired third-party funding

Boehringer Ingelheim Foundation supports research of Dr. Peter ‘t Hart
Dr. Peter ‘t Hart receives 90.000 Euros from the Boehringer Ingelheim Foundation for his research on cyclized peptides more
Bundesministeriums für Bildung und Forschung (BMBF) supports Peng Wu
MPI of Molecular Physiology supported by the Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung (BMBF)  more
Boehringer Ingelheim Foundation supports research of Dr. Peng Wu
Dr. Peng Wu receives 90.000 Euros from the Boehringer Ingelheim Foundation for his research on the degradation of mRNA more
Charles Loh Receives Funding from the Boehringer Ingelheim Foundation
The Boehringer Ingelheim Foundation awards 900.000 Euros of funding to Dr. Charles Loh for the development of novel glycosylation reactions to access pharmaceutically relevant carbohydrate derivatives more
Research consortium with Max Planck participation receives 10 million Euros in DFG funding
Research consortium around Prof. Andrea Musacchio receives DFG funding to investigate mechanisms that regulate organismal development and regeneration  more
VolkswagenStiftung supports corona research in Dortmund
Dr. Peng Wu receives research funding of approximately 120,000 euros for the development of innovative anti-corona therapeutics more
Scientists awarded Millions for Re-Engineering Cell Division
Prof. Andrea Musacchio is part of an european research consortium awarded the prestigious ERC Synergy Grant to reconstitute cell division in vitro and in silico more
Scientists awarded Millions for muscle research
Prestigious ERC Synergy Grant to Stefan Raunser and partners to study the nanostructure of muscles  more
Eurostars-funding for methodological innovation in cryo electron microscopy
As a partner in a research consortium the group of Prof. Dr. Stefan Raunser receives considerable BMBF funding. more
Adrian Krzyzanowski receives Hoechst PhD Stipend
Adrian Krzyzanowski was awarded the Hoechst Stipend of the Aventis Foundation in recognition of his excellent academic performance. more
Eleven million euros for Dortmund alliance for the development of new lead compounds
Scientists from eight institutions combine their manifold expertise to develop an infrastructure for drug discovery in North Rhine-Westphalia. more
DFG Grant awarded to Alex Bird
The DFG has approved a Research Grant for Alex Bird’s project “Molecular basis of clathrin mediated stabilization of microtubules for chromosome segregation”. more

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