The DynaMORE project is represented by:
Prof. Dr. Raffael Kalisch
UNIVERSITÄTSMEDIZIN DER JOHANNES GUTENBERG-UNIVERSITÄT MAINZ
Deutsches Resilienz Zentrum (DRZ) GmbH
Untere Zahlbacher Str. 8
Dr. Nina Donner
concentris research management GmbH
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In order to do this we have a database that contains personal data collected by the University Medial Centre Mainz during the course of our relationship with our stakeholders, staff and supporters. We aim to keep your data up to date and welcome any updates to your details or corrections to any inaccuracies you may wish to provide.
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We value our relationship with you and we use your personal data to personalise our communications, improve our services and ensure we work efficiently and effectively.
Unless you have requested otherwise, your data is accessible to the DynaMORE consortium and its associations connected to the consortium. It is used and processed for a full range of communications and programmes involving academic and administrative departments. These may include the following communications and marketing activities (by mail, email and telephone):
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Tools may be used to help us improve the effectiveness of our communications with you, including tracking whether the emails we send are opened and which links are clicked within a message.
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The DynaMORE consortium uses publicly available information, such as Twitter handles, URLs mentioned in tweets and hashtag usage, to target tweets promoting the DynaMORE consortium’s research to Twitter users who have indicated an interest in topics relevant to our research activities. This data is collected manually and through third-party analytics platforms that search for links and references to published research on Twitter.
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