Myriam C. Sander has been accepted the Minerva program
Applicants for a Minerva post must undergo a rigorous and multi-stage selection procedure.
Myriam C. Sander, Postdoctoral Fellow at the Center of Lifespan Psychology of the Max Planck Institute for Human Development, has been accepted into the Max Planck Society Minerva program. Within the Minerva program, she will pursue her research on developmental changes of memory processes and their interplay with sensory functions as part of the project “Cognitive and Neuronal Dynamics of Memory across the Lifespan”. The Minerva program aims to promote young female scientists' access to leadership positions. The position is for a five-year period and includes funding resources to build up an own research group.