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Ein Forscher träufelt aus einer kleinen Pipette eine Flüssigkeit in ein Reagenzglas. Mehrere Reagenzgläser und ein Erlenmeyerkolben vorn rechts sind mit einer hellblauen, klaren Flüssigkeit gefüllt. Kopf und Schultern des Forschers sind nur unscharf im Hintergrund zu erkennen.

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Innovation and responsible action for the benefit of patients and society - this is not only the claim of the overarching clinical research facility, the Charité, but also of all hospitals, institutes and working groups involved in Charité Mental Health.

In numerous research projects, working groups and modules, the scientists of Charité Mental Health dedicate their daily work to advance research on mental disorders and to create added value for patients.

The scientists of Charité Mental Health conduct research at a top international level. This is also reflected in research projects that are carried out in the hospitals and institutes participating in Charité Mental Health, or in which scientists from Charité Mental Health are involved. The following pages will give you an overview of the research work and achievements of Charité Mental Health. Selected projects illustrate the scientific performance and excellence of the participating researchers.

Clusters of Excellence and Graduate Schools

NeuroCure Cluster of Excellence

Berlin School of Mind and Brain — Excellence Initiative

Selected DFG Collaborative Projects

ERC Grants, Heisenberg Professors and Einstein Visiting Fellows

ERC Starting Grant - TransCTNeurodev

ERC Starting Grant – PrenatStressAging

ERC Starting Grant – Building Next-Generation Brain/Neural-Machine Interfaces For Restoration of Brain Functions

ERC Starting Grant – Advancing the non-invasive assessment of brain communication in neurological disease

Heisenberg Professorship for Reinforcement Learning Dysfunction in Neuropsychiatric Disorders

Contact: Prof. Dr. med. Florian Schlagenhauf – Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy (CCM) 


Heisenberg Professorship for Transdiagnostic Genomics for Personalised Medicine in Psychiatry

Heisenberg Professorship for Neuropsychiatry

Heisenberg Professorship for Psychobiology of trauma-related disorders

Einstein BIH Visiting Fellow

Contact: Prof. Dr. David Gutmann – Washington University St. Louis (USA) and AG Cellular Neuroscience Neurosciences at the Max Delbrück Center




Selected BMBF Collaborative Projects