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Professor Barnow appointed as Marsilius Fellow

14. Jan. 2011

Prof. Dr. Sven Barnow, coordinator of research project C7 "How Universal is Depression?" has been appointed as a fellow of the Marsilius Kolleg for the year 2011-2012.

The appointment is a remarkable honour, because fellows are selected by the University's rectorate applying strong criteria such as scholarly excellence, confirmed by publications, and a proposal that demands for collaboration with other scholarly disciplines.

The fellowship allows academics to concentrate on a proposed interdisciplinary project and to participate in the scientific activities of the Marsilius Kolleg. During his fellowship, Professor Barnow will focus on the topic "Emotion Regulation".

The Marsilius Kolleg, named after the first rector of the University of Heidelberg, Marsilius von Inghen, is as a Centre for Advanced Study to promote interdisciplinary dialogue and research. It aims at bridging the gap especially between the sciences and the humanities.

Prof. Dr. Sven Barnow is coordinator of research project C7 "How Universal is Depression?" at the Cluster of Excellence "Asia and Europa in a Global Context". He is also Professor of Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy at the Psychological Institute of Heidelberg University.


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