DAAD Prize for Artemis Koumoundourou – Commitment to science in Africa

PhD-Student Artemis Koumoundourou receives the 2022 DAAD Prize of Ulm University. The Greek student, who is doing her doctorate at the Institute of Molecular and Cellular Anatomy, is a volunteer for the promotion and development of science on the African continent. The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) prize for outstanding achievements by international students is endowed with 1000 euros.

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Daniel Kanzleiter, Deputy Head of the International Office, Vice President Prof. Olga Pollatos and Prof. Stefan Britsch, Head of the Institute of Molecular and Cellular Anatomy, are delighted to receive the DAAD Prize with prizewinner Artemis Koumoundourou (2nd from left) (Photo: Elvira Eberhardt)



Artemis Koumoundourou (back) training local forces in Africa, TReND in Africa in December 2022
(Photo: private)