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26 October 2016

New grants, October 2016

See which researchers at the Department of Biomedical Sciences who have received grants the last couple of months.

Professor Andreas Kjær from the Section of Endocrinology Research has received DKK 1,000,000 from the Novo Nordisk Foundation for the project “Tailored radionuclide therapy and PET imaging”. The grant includes overhead/administrations fee of 5 %.

Professor Pontus Emanuel Gourdon from the Section of Cell and Metabolic Research has received DKK 1,500,000 from the Novo Nordisk Foundation for the project “Unravelling glucose transceptors involved”. The grant includes overhead/administrations fee of 5 %.

Professor Andreas Kjær from the Section of Endocrinology Research has received DKK 360,000 from the Innovation Fund for the project “Development and evaluation of novel immuno PET” which will be carried out Industrial PhD student Lotte Kellemann Kristensen. The grant includes overhead/administrations fee of 44 %.

Postdoc Lonnie Grove Petersen from the Section of Systems Biology has received DKK 480,000 from StatuManu ICP ApS for a project about Non-invasive estimation of the brain’s pressure.

Associate Professor Morten Bækgaard Thomsen from the Section of Heart and Circulatory Research has received DKK 177,533 from Foundation Juchum for a project on examination of arrhythmia in diabetics. The grant includes overhead/administrations fee of 10 %.

PhD student Nicolai Wewer Albrechtsen from the Section of Endocrinology Research has received DKK 100,000 from Aase and Ejnar Danielsen’s Foundation to partly cover equipment and running costs of the project “New aspects of insulin’s effect on fat cells with a high-tech approach”.

Professor Flemming Dela from the Section of Systems Biology has received DKK 100,000 from Aase and Ejnar Danielsen’s Foundation for running costs of the project “Improvement of the b-cell function in patients with type 2 diabetes”.