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Partners & Funding Sources

Local Partners, Affiliations and Networks

IRN is a member of the StemCellNetwork.NRW, the German Stem Cell Network (GSCN), the Center for Integrated Oncology Köln/Bonn (CIO), the Bonn Center of Neuroscience (BCN) and the Bonner Forum Biomedizin (BFB).


Funding Sources

Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG)

  • Cluster of Excellence “ImmunoSensation2” (EXC2151)
  • SFB “Synaptic Micronetworks in Health and Disease” (SFB1089)
  • D-CH Project “Towards a mechanistic understanding of common and rare genetic risk variants for bipolar disorder: Studies in iPSC models and extended families”
  • Heisenberg-Program

National Institutes of Health, USA (NIH)

Reprogramming Cell Fate for Repair (R01 NS100514)

European Commission

‘Comorbidity and Synapse Biology in Clinically Overlapping Psychiatric Disorders’ (COSYN)
‘Alzheimer’s Disease Apolipoprotein Pathology for Treatment Elucidation and Development’ (ADAPTED)
‘Synaptic Dysfunction in Intellectual Disability Caused by SYNGAP1’ (TREAT-SNGAP)
‘Maximising Impact of research in NeuroDevelopmental DisorderS’ (MINDDS)
‘Novel Strategies for Cell-based Neural Reconstruction’ (NSC-Reconstruct)

Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF)

‘Standardized Systems for Modeling Late-Onset Neurological Disorders and Compound Screening in 2D and 3D Culture’ (Neuro2D3; coordinated by IRN)

European Regional Development Fund (EFRE)

‘Integrated and Standardized Approaches for the Development of Stem Cell-Based Methods for Drug Screening Using Reprogrammed Blood Cells’ (StemCellFactory III)
‘Innovative Test Systems for Identifying Curative Analgetics With Reliable Efficacy in Patients’ (NeuRoWeg)

Ministry of Culture and Science of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia

BONFOR program of the University of Bonn Medical Faculty







Institute of Reconstructive Neurobiology

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