Program lines of the Private Excellence Initiative Johanna Quandt

1. Individual funding

Einstein BIH Visiting Fellows
in cooperation with Einstein Foundation Berlin

Recruiting leading scientists from abroad for continuous parallel activities at BIH, especially for setting up a working group in Berlin (3 + 2 years max.)  » More


BIH Visiting Professors

Recruitment of leading scientists from Germany or abroad for temporary activities at BIH (9 months max.) » More


BIH Johanna Quandt Professors

Endowed tenure-track professorships to recruit women scientists from abroad or from Germany and in a subject area chosen by the applicant herself from the entire spectrum of the life and health sciences » More


Recruiting Grants

Supporting measures of BIH and its partners to actively recruit established or leading scholars for the Life and Medical Sciences in Berlin (without public tender)


Humboldt Research Fellowships at BIH
for postdoctoral researchers and experienced researchers
in cooperation with Alexander von Humboldt Foundation

Recruiting early career scientists and established scientists from abroad for activities at BIH (2 years max.) » More


BIH Clinical Fellows

Supporting experienced senior physicians at Charité conducting a clearly defined research project (3 years max.) » More


BIH Charité Clinician Scientists

Funding clinical researchers in the context of further training for specialist physicians at Charité (3 years max.) » More


Inventors for Health (pilot program)

Funding for persons with innovative ideas for inventions in the field of the life and medical sciences » More


Deutschlandstipendium

Funding exceptionally achieving and dedicated students at BIH and Charité » More


2. Structural and investment funding

Networking Events

Additional funding for academic events aiming at the networking of fellows and grantees of the Private Excellence Initiative Johanna Quandt » More


BIH Paper of the Month

Distinguishing BIH publications »More