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Checking back: What has become of our formerly funded scientists?

Today we are going to introduce you to Prof. Dr. Stefanie Kürten, an EKFS First Applicant in 2013.


Mother & Child Health in Ghana

EKFS supports The Hunger Project organization in the third phase of the project


Ukraine Relief Project: EKFS allocates funds for siblings of children with cancer

Buildup of therapeutic offers for sibling children


EKFS awards six Else Kröner Memorial Fellowships 2022 for young physicians

They are intended to establish the basis for a career as clinician scientist.

Dr. Leonhard Möckl

Scientist funded by EKFS attends 71st Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting on Chemistry and reports about his impressions

Dr. Leonhard Möckl from the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Light, a scientist funded by EKFS, is participating in a capacity as Young Scientist at this year’s Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting on Chemistry, which is held from June 26 to July 1, 2022.

Jahresbeicht 2021

Der Jahresbericht 2021 ist da!

Erfahren Sie in unserem EKFS-Jahresbericht 2021 alles über die Aktivitäten und Neuigkeiten aus dem letzten Stiftungsjahr.


Publication Prize 2022

Three young scientists are honored with the publication prize 2022 for their outstanding publications which have arisen from funding on the part of the foundation and were published in 2021.


Checking back: What has become of our formerly funded scientists?

The subject of our portrait today is to introduce you to Prof. Dr. Dr. Christine Engeland, EKFS First Applicant in 2015 and Else Kröner Memorial Fellow in 2019.


Ukraine relief projects funded by EKFS cooperate successfully

Medical aid organization action medeor and medical aid foundation at Essen University Hospital provide cancer ward with medication


ZEIT FORUM Gesundheit

Gesund, gerecht, global: One Health im Fokus des hybriden ZEIT FORUM Gesundheit | Gesamtmitschnitt vom 11.05.22