Triff das Team
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:
Kimberly Hartl (she/her)
Kimberly is a 3rd year PhD student at Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin. She is doing her thesis in cell biology and is enrolled with Humboldt Universität zu Berlin where she is also a PhD representative. In her project work, she is interested in mutations occurring in carcinogenesis related to chronic inflammatory diseases of the colon. Kimberly is engaging in science communications, especially with pupils (“I’m a scientist – get me out of here!”, “Girls’ Day”). As a member of the planning committee of the ECR conference, she is responsible for instance for the social media platforms and speaker communication.
Lotte Brückner (she/her)
Hello everyone, my name is Lotte. I am a second year PhD student in the field of pediatric oncology. I did my Master and Bachelor in York, UK. As I already had a keen interest in science communication, I decided to join this conference organization team to give this a go. Hope to see you all at the conference!
Manasa Reddy Gummi (she/her)
Manasa is a PhD student from Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin investigates molecular mechanisms involved in vascular calcification that lead to cardiovascular diseases. She is passionate about biochemistry and immunology. Manasa has joined the team of (In)credible research conference hoping to collaborate with scholars from different fields and to be part of an initiative to connect early career researchers across diverse disciplines, to learn from each other, to promote and implement sustainable science for a better future.
Doris Pischedda (she/her)
Doris is a postdoc at the Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin, within the Excellence Cluster Science of Intelligence. She investigates how robots and artificial agents are perceived and represented by humans in social interactions in order to build better robot companions for everyday life. She joined the (In)credible research conference team to help raise awareness of issues related to the sustainability of research and promote more sustainable research practices.
Paul Balduf (he/him)
Paul is currently finishing his doctorate in physics at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. His research is about mathematical physics and renormalization in quantum field theory. He did his Bachelor at FSU Jena, and has spent a year abroad in Lund, Sweden. In the past two years, Paul was chairman of the doctoral candidate network HU-Docs. The often unsatisfactory working conditions of early career scientists, together with the imminent ecological crisis, prompted him to help organize a conference about all aspects of sustainability.
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.
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.
Dr. Ana Luisa Piña Hernandez (she/her)
Coordinator for Joint-PhD Programs
To my master and doctorate students I advise: “many heads working together go further! Networking, interdisciplinary, and international cooperation are basic to enrich not only science, but all human activities in our everyday life…”
I am extremely happy to have the opportunity to be part of the Charité Graduate Studies Support team, to coordinate cotutelle graduate projects and to support and advice doctoral students and their supervisors.