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An autonomous status at an Institute and working with a dedicated team - an opportunity given to Susann Fiedler at the Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods. She leads a research group named after a generous donor, who supported Susann gain momentum in her scientific career.

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An autonomous status at an Institute and working with a dedicated team - an opportunity given to Susann Fiedler at the Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods. She leads a research group named after a generous donor, who supported Susann gain momentum in her scientific career. [more]

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Enabling the exceptional

Anne-Liese Gielen was associated with the Max Planck Society in a very special way. For herself she demanded "the freedom and strength to keep doing extraordinary things".

As a generous patron, she supported outstanding female scientists through her foundation. She established her foundation out of solidarity with her home city of Bonn. Accordingly, the Gielen-Leyendecker Foundation specifically promotes science and research in Bonn – this includes the Beethoven-Haus, the Kunsthistorisches Institut and the Franz Joseph Dölger Institute at the University of Bonn.

Anne-Liese Gielen was very close to the Max Planck Society through former President Hubert Markl and as a Private Supporting Member. She provided generous support for the extension of the Bibliotheca Hertziana Max Planck Institute in Rome, and for the career advancement of two female Max Planck scientists – Letizia Paoli, now a professor at the Leuven Institute of Criminology (LINC), and Ilme Schlichting, currently a director of the Max Planck Institute for Medical Research.

In 2013, the Foundation established a Gielen-Leyendecker Research Group in cooperation with the Max Planck Society, through which Dr. Susann Fiedler, an outstanding scientist, is being given crucial support in the development of her career.

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