NeuroCure Visiting Fellows and Scientists

The aim of NeuroCure's Visiting Fellows and Scientists funding program is to integrate renowned foreign scientists into the Berlin research landscape to further strengthen the international profile of the universities and research facilities, and to foster collaborative projects.

Visiting Fellows and Scientists are required to come to Berlin to participate actively in the research and teaching activities of the Cluster. This can take the form of, e.g., joint projects, the development of new technologies, or scientific lectures as a supplement to teaching.

Former NeuroCure Visiting Fellows and Scientists

These researchers have enriched the Berlin neuroscience landscape as NeuroCure Visiting Fellows and Scientists:

Alison L. Barth, Carnegie Mellon University, USA

Burkhard Becher, University of Zurich, Switzerland

Craig C. Garner, Stanford University School of Medicine, USA

Matthew Holt, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium

Brian MacVicar, University of British Columbia, Canada

Istvan Mody, University of California UCLA School of Medicine, USA

Israel Sekler, Ben-Gurion University, Israel