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Die inhaltliche Konzeption liegt in der Verantwortung der engagierten Nachwuchswissenschaftler:innen aus dem Planungsteam. Die organisatorische Leitung und administrative Koordination liegt in der Verantwortung des Graduate Studies Support-Teams. (Vorstellung auf Englisch)

Sie befinden sich hier:


Adelina Olbirch (Dinter) (she/her)

PhD student in Analytical Chemistry
Humboldt Universität Berlin

A PhD student from Humboldt Universität zu Berlin (HU) in the field of analytical chemistry, deciphering the interaction of single cells with their environment. She believes, that explaining your own research to some one else is the first step to elaborate science communication, while applying it to the world outside of your own lab is the next step of evolvement.


Ann-Brit Klatt (she/her)

PhD student in Immunology at the Department for Infectiology and Pneumology
Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin

A PhD in Immunology at the Department for Infectiology and Pneumology at the Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin. She is passionate about microbiology and infectiology.
As she experienced her field of research gaining more public attention over the last months, she became even more aware of the importance and challenges of science communication. She believes that good communication of research goes along with good scientific practice.


Chisato Ito (she/her)

PhD student in Health Data Sciences
Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin

Chisato is a Health Data Sciences PhD student at the Institute of Public Health, Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin. She is passionate about mental health epidemiology, epidemiological methods, and knowledge exchange between research and public health practice. As a strong believer in interdisciplinary collaboration, she is thrilled to be part of an effort to bring together Berlin-based early career researchers across diverse disciplines, to learn from each other and promote transparent science communication as part of good scientific practice.


Daria Almeskirchen (she/her)

PhD candidate in Slavic languages
Humboldt University of Berlin

Daria Almeskirchen is a PhD candidate at the Department of Slavic and Hungarian Studies of the Humboldt University of Berlin. She is passionate about interdisciplinary research and is conducting her own research in the gender linguistics, which connects linguistics and gender studies. Daria has joined the ECR Team hoping to collaborate with scholars from different fields and together create a project that will help other PhD candidates talk about the challenges and questions they encounter during their research.


Fereshteh Zarebidaki (she/her)

PhD student in Medical Neurosciences
Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin

Fereshteh is finishing her PhD in Medical Neuroscience at the Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin. She is passionate about research and new discoveries. She believes that enlightening the ECRs about open science and communication improves the quality of research and brings trust to the research environment.


Laura Kneller (she/her)

PhD student in Infectiology/Pneumology
Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin 

Laura is passionate about infectiology and toxicology! In her PhD project Laura is working on mechanisms of lung barrier failure. Besides, she is interested in chemical safety and endocrine disrupting chemicals. Laura gets inspired by working in interdisciplinary teams and trying out new things as often as possible. The thought of creating new knowledge drives her as much as promoting open research and strong females in science.


Lennart Gehrenkemper (he/him)

PhD student in Chemistry
Humboldt University of Berlin

Lennart Gehrenkemper is doing his doctoral research in the group of Dr Björn Meermann (Department 1.1 – Inorganic Trace Analysis) at the Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing (BAM) on new analytical methods for determining organically bound fluorine. With his research related to emerging pollutants and his work in environmental analysis he believes communication is key to both better research and better public environmental awareness.


Zhengzheng He (she/her)

PhD student in Neuroscience
Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin 

A PhD student who is currently doing her research in neuroscience at the Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin. She is interested in open science and cross-disciplinary approaches in science. She believes that sometimes, science is a lot more art than science. 


Dr. Ulf Tölch (he/his) Consultative function

Project leader Education, Training & Quality in Research
Berlin Institute of Health

Ulf is project leader at the BIH QUEST Center for Education and Quality in science.
He investigates reproducibility in preclinical settings and teaches courses on research transparency.



Nicole Bornheim-Gallmeister (she/her)

Referentin Graduate Studies Support
Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin

Nicole completed her doctor’s degree in the field of organizational studies. She is passionate about creating good work environments as an important basis for the promotion of employees’ health and well-being. As Referentin for Graduate Studies Support at the Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin she organizes a qualification program for doctoral candidates within the Berlin University Alliance and supports doctoral researchers in developing their academic careers.

Paul Behne (he/his)

Student Assistant Graduate Studies Support
Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin

Paul is a Student Assistant at the Graduate Studies Support Charité. He is an Anthropologist and Political Scientist with a special interest in peace and conflict studies. Due to his academic field, Paul believes that interdisciplinary science and communication are crucial for good scientific practice.

Georgios Kechagias (he/his)

Student Assistant Graduate Studies Support
Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin

Georgios Kechagias is a Student Assistant at the Graduate Studies Support of the Charité – Universitätsmedizin. He is an Anthropologist and Japanologist with a focus on Psychological and Visual & Media Anthropology. Based on his field of studies, as well his anthropological foci, interdisciplinary approach and proper communication make vital components of a good scientific praxis.