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  • 08/2020 - Sabrina Golde completed her doctorate with the grade "summa cum laude"
  • 07/2020 - Dominique Piber is supported for 3 years by the BIH Charité Clinician Scientist Program. His research will focus on immune dysregulation in comorbid depression and obesity.
  • 06/2020 - Christian Otte receives funding from the Berlin Institute of Health as part of the "Clinical Translational Sciences Platform" for the preparation of a randomized controlled multicenter study
  • 02/2020 - Approval of DFG funding for the project: "Does the activation of the cannabinoid system prevent the formation of intrusive memories after traumatic experiences" by Katja Wingenfeld & Stefan Röpke
  • 01/2020 - Funding of the international cooperation project "Bridging psychology, economics, and neuroscience - MEL-BER Research Partnership on Decision Making" for Christian Deuter and Katja Wingenfeld, in cooperation with Hauke Heekeren (Free University Berlin) and Stefan Bode (University of Melbourne)
  • 07/2019 - Approval of the DFG funding of the project: "Fight-or-flight" versus "tend-and-befriend" behaviour after stress in patients with borderline personality disorder" by Katja Wingenfeld, Oliver T Wolf (Ruhr University Bochum) Stefan Röpke and Christian Otte
  • 07/2019 - Start of EU funding of the study: "Patient-centric clinical trial platform (EU-PEARL)"
  • 06/2019 - An Bin Cho is supported for 3 years by the BIH "Charité Junior Clinician Scientist Program". During this time she will do research on "Borderline Personality Disorder and Social Cognition".
  • 06/2019 - Michael Kaczmarczyk is supported for 3 years by the BIH "Charité Clinician Scientist Program". During this time he will do research on "sex hormones and fear memory".
  • 07/2019 - Start of BMBF funding of the study: "Simvastatin add-on to Escitalopram in patients with comorbid obesity and major depression (SIMCODE)"
  • 03/2019 - Woo Ri Chae wins travel award at the 1st Joint Congress of the Working Group for Neuropsychopharmacology and Pharmacopsychiatry and the German Society for Biological Psychiatry
  • 12/2018 - Approval of the DFG-funding of the project: "The influence of different stress neuromodulators on risk behaviour and loss aversion" by Katja Wingenfeld and Hauke Heekeren (Freie Universität Berlin)
  • 06/2018 - Woo Ri Chae has been selected to participate in the European College of Neuropsychopharmacology (ECNP) - School of Neuropsychopharmacology 2018
  • 11/2017 - DFG-funding of the project: "Are early stress effects on cognitive processes mediated by the mineralocorticoidor glucocorticoid receptor?" by Christian Deuter, Katja Wingenfeld and Christian Otte
  • 09/2017 - Helge Hasselmann wins poster prize at the European College of Neuropsychopharmacology (ECNP) - Congress 2017
  • 03/2017 - Michael Kaczmarczyk wins poster prize at the European College of Neuropsychopharmacology (ECNP) - Congress 2017
  • 02/2017 - Completion of the German doctorate (Dr. med. med.) from Dr. med. univ. Dominique Piber with the note "magna cum laude".
  • 02/2017 - Dr. med. univ. Dominique Piber receives Max Kade Foundation funding for a research fellowship at the Cousins Center for Psychoneuroimmunology at the University of California, Los Angeles
  • 12/2016 - Graduation of the doctorate (Dr. phil. von Fr. Dipl. Psych. Katharina Schultebraucks with the grade "summa cum laude".
  • 11/2016 - DFG-funded by Rami Zain within the framework of the "Scientists as Refugees - Integration in Science and Society" programme as an additional application for the "MISO"study
  • 11/2016 - Start of the DFG-funded study "MISO: Effects of Mineralocorticoid Receptor Stimulation on Cognitive Distortion and Social Cognition in Depressive Patients and Healthy Control Samples: What is the Role of NMDA Receptors?
  • 09/2016 - Moritz Düsenberg wins the poster prize at the "International Congress on Borderline Personality and Allied Disorders", Vienna