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Molecular Imaging

Substantial funding comes from a 5-year Koselleck Grant by the German Research Foundation (DFG; project SCHR 995/5-1; awarded in July 2016 as the first of its kind to a Leibniz institute).

DFG Koselleck Program

Basic funding comes from the Forschungsverbund Berlin e.V. (FVB).


Christopher Witte's position has been funded through a Long-Term Fellowship of the International Human Frontiers Science Program Organization (HFSP; grant LT000858/2010-C; May 2010 - April 2014).

The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research is supporting our project on early MRI detection of PD (grant agreement no. 12549)

MJ Fox Foundation
Funding for our group is primarily provided by institutions and programs with a strong emphasis on supporting unconventional approaches for exploring novel techniques. The projects include the first ever ERC Starting grant and Koselleck grant awarded to a Leibniz institute.

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Our collaboration with the Shapiro Lab at Caltech is funded through a Program Grant from the Human Frontiers Science Program Organization (HFSP; grant RGP0050/2016).

Human Frontiers Science Program

Initial funding for the BiosensorImaging Project was provided through an ERC Starting Grant (ERC; Grant Agreement No. 242710; Dec 2009 - Nov 2014 as the first of its kind to a Leibniz institute).

European Research Council

Scientific exchange with Xin Zhou at the Wuhan Institute of Physics and Mathematics (WIPM), The Chinese Academy of Sciences, is supported by the DFG (grant SCHR 995/6-1)


One PhD position will be funded through the BioQIC Graduate School (GRK 2260/1; April 2017- March 2020)

DFG Excellence Initiative

Additional funding came through a joint grant with Christian Freund provided by the Leibniz Association (WGL; grant SAW-2011-FMP-2; January 2011 - December 2014)

WGL Competition Program

Initial project budget was granted through the Emmy Noether Program of the German Research Foundation (DFG; project SCHR 995/2-1; July 2009 - Nov 2009).

DFG Noether Program