Gender Studies in MINT


Anelis Kaiser Trujillo: Sex/Gender in Computer-Based Neuroscience - The Role of Big Data.
Senior Fellowship FRIAS 2021 - 2022

Anelis Kaiser Trujillo: Diversity in Language and Cognition
Cooperation Partners: Prof. Dr. Evelyn Ferstl (Gender and Cognitive Science), Prof. Dr. Adriana Hanulikova (Department of German), Dr. Alice Blumethal-Dramé (Department of English)
FRIAS Research Focus 2021/2022.

Anelis Kaiser Trujillo: Sex/Gender in Computational Neuroscience
(Cooperation Partners: Prof. Dr. Evelyn Ferstl, Department of Cogntive Science and Gender; Prof. Dr. Michael Tangermann, Brain State Decoding Lab; Prof. Dr. Jürgen Hennig, Medical Physics, all: University of Freiburg. Funder: Innovationsfonds, University of Freiburg), 2019.

Anelis Kaiser Trujillo: Cooperation partner and interdisciplinary advisory board member at the project Human Diversity in the New Life Sciences: Social and Scientific Effects of Biological Differentiations
(conducted by Dr. Andrea zur Nieden, Dr. Tino Plümecke, and Nils Ellebrecht), 2018 - 02/2024.

Anelis Kaiser Trujillo: Cooperation partner at the project Gendering MINT digital - Open-Science aktiv gestalten
(Lead: Dr. Marion Mangelsdorf, University of Freiburg, and Prof. Dr. Sigrid Schmitz, Humboldt University Berlin. Funder: Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung). Further Information in German can be found here: Neurobiologisches Korrelat and partizipative Mediografien 2018 - 2021

Mercedes Küffner: Participation in 1st Coaching-Programm CORA August 2017 - August 2018 Coaching Women for Research and Academia. Project coordination: Mariana Vargas-Ustares.
The CORA Coaching-Program offers a mix of individual coachings and group coachings adapted to further develop and perform individual needs within your research, academic career and professional concerns.

For further information go to CORA Coaching Women for Research and Academia

Valerie Ambrosi: PhD project Neurofeedback-Mediated Modulation of Neural Correlates of Gender Stereotype Threat.
(Supervisors: Prof. Dr. Anelis Kaiser Trujillo, Gender Studies in MINT, University of Freiburg; and Prof. Dr. Evelyn Ferstl, Center for Cognitive Science, University of Freiburg. Funder: Doctoral fellowship funded through the Landesgraduiertenförderung (LGF) of the University of Freiburg)