CHIBOW Researchers Awarded Prize

A warm congratulations to CHIBOW internal ethics lead Marie Kaiser and director of training Heide Glaesmer, who have been awarded the Hans-Heimann-Preis of the German Association for Psychiatry, Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics for Marie’s doctoral work on Growing up as occupation child in post-World War II Germany: Specific developmental conditions and their psychosocial consequences.

This prize is awarded annually to a tandem of early Career researchers and their doctoral supervisors for the best thesis on a topic in the field of psychiatry or psychotherapy for research completed in the previous two years and has been awarded a doctoral degree in a medical faculty with distinction (magna com laude or summa cum laude).

Marie has been an outstanding ethics lead supporting the network and individual researchers. She has conducted our ethics training and highlighted the theoretical considerations around the research ethics processes. We are delighted that her own doctoral research has been recognised with this important award.

Congratulations from the rest of the CHIBOW team!

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CHIBOW has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant agreement No 642571

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