Recent Grants, February 2012 – Københavns Universitet

Forside
Videresend til en ven Resize Print Bookmark and Share

Home > News > Recent Grants, Februar...

08. februar 2012

Recent Grants, February 2012

Morten Schak Nielsen from the Section of Heart and Circulatory Research has received DKK 250,000 from the Novo Nordisk Foundation for the project "Ajustment of cnnexin 43 by use of phosphorylation and increased intracelluær calcium ".

Jacob Bo Hansen from the Section of Cell and Metabolic Research has received DKK 230,000 DK from the Novo Nordisk Foundation, DKK 100,000 from Carlsbergfondet, DKK 80,000 from The brothers Hartmann's Foundation and DKK 40,000 from ‘Fonden til Lægevidenskabens Fremme' for the project "Genetic screening for identification of new regulators of fat-cell differentiation".

Jacob Bo Hansen from the Section of Cell and Metabolic Research has received DKK 1.7 million from EU/FP7 as a partner in the consortium "Recruitment and activation of brown adipocytes as preventive and curative therapy for type 2 diabetes".

Jacob Bo Hansen from the Section of Cell and Metabolic Research has received DKK 30,000 from Else and Mogens Wedell-Wedellsborg's Foundation for the project "Formation of human brown fat cells".

PhD student Astrid Linde Basse from the Section of Cell and Metabolic Research has received DKK 50,000 from Aase and Ejnar Danielsen's Foundation for the project "Formation of human brown fat cells".

Andreas Kjær from the Section of Endocrionology has received DKK 500,000 from the Novo Nordisk Foundation for the project "Molecular imaging to the non-invasive tumor-characterization and tailor-made cancer therapy; Translation studies of neuro-endocrine tumors".

Nils Billestrup from Beta cell biology  has received DKK 450,000 from the Novo Nordisk Foundation for the project "The role of Bone Morphegeneic Proteins in diabetes".

Lene Nygaard Axelsen from the Section of Heart and Circulatory Research has received DKK 1,980,240 from The Danish Council for Independent Research for the project "Cardiac lipid accumulation - A new risk factor for arrhythmias".

Ewa Soltysinska from the Section of Heart and Circulatory Research has received DKK 525,027 from Carlsbergfondet for the project "Protection of the heart muscle against ischemic injury by activation of Ca2+ activated K+ channels"

Camilla Hansson Petersen from the Section of Molecular Pathology has received DKK 232,400 from Hjärnfonden for the project "Regulering av ADAM 17 i Alzheimers sjukdom-spelar mitokondrier en roll".

Anders Peter Larsen from the Ion Channel Group has received DKK 1,554,384 from "Det Frie Forskningsråd Sundhed og Sygdom (FSS)" for the project "Diabetic Cardiomyopathy and sudden cardiac death in diabetes - Role of cardiac calcium handling".

Cord Brakebusch from the Section of Molecular Pathology has received DKK 1,000,000 from the Lundbeck foundation for the project "RhoA function in cancer associated fibroblasts".

Nicole Schmitt from the Ion Channel Group has received DKK 200,000 from Aase and Ejnar Danielsen's Foundation and DKK 50,000 from "Fonden til Lægevidenskabens Fremme" for the project " Posttranslational modification of the Kv11channel".

Nicole Schmitt from the Ion Channel Group and Morten Salling Olesen from the Laboratory for Molecular Cardiology at the University Hospital (Rigshospitalet) have received DKK 600.000 from Stock broker Henry Hansen and wife's Grant to support their joint research about the pathogenesis and treatment of atrial fibrillation.

John Robert Couchman from the Section of Molecular Pathology has received DKK 450,000 from the Novo Nordisk Foundation for the project "Heparan sulphate inbition of carcinoma cell invasion and extracellular matrix degradation".

Ulla Wewer from the Section of Molecular pathology has received DKK 35,000 from Doctor Ingrid Munkholm's Grant for the project "Enzymes at the edge of cancer".

Flemming Fryd Johansen from the Section of Molecular Pathology has received DKK 35,000 from Manager Emil C. Hertz and wife Inger Hertz' Foundation", DKK 30,000 from Arvid Nilsson's Foundation, DKK 23,500 from Mrs. Asta Bilding's Memorial Grant and DKK 10,000 from Lykfeldt's Grant for the project " RhoA's importance for the T-cell responding in experimental apoplexy".

Thomas Jespersen from the Membrane Protein Physiology group has received DKK 300,000 from the Novo Nordisk Foundation and DKK 300,000 from Doctor Sofus Carl Emil Friis and wife Olga Doris Friis' grant for the project "Funktionel rolle af kalcium aktiverede SK kalciumkanaler i hjertet".

Jørn Wulff Helge from Xlab has received DKK 4,621,980 from Collaborative Project - Small and medium Scale project (CP-SM) for the project "Meta-Predict".