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funding

The Immuno-endocrinology lab has received grants from a number of private and public foundations. The Immuno-endocrinology lab has been granted more than DKK 40 million since 1983.

The  A.P. Møller Foundation for the Advancement of Science 2013. Applicant Thomas Mandrup-Poulsen DKK 50,000.

Arvid Nilsson Foundation. 2013. Applicant Thomas Mandrup-Poulsen. DKK 100,000.

Danish Research Agency 2013 framework grant.  Applicant Thomas Mandrup-Poulsen. DKK 2,517,000.

Paul and Erna Sehested Hansens Foundation 2013 Grant. Applicant Thomas Mandrup-Poulsen. DKK 100.000.

Augustinus Foundation 2013 Grant. Applicant Marie Backe. DKK 300,000.

Vera & Flemming Westerberg Foundation 2013 Grant. Applicant Thomas Mandrup-Poulsen. DKK 18,000.

Novo Nordisk Foundation. 2012 research grant. DKK 1,500,000.

Danish Research Agency, 2012 postdoctoral fellowship for Jakob Bondo Hansen, DKK 2,150,000.

Danish Research Agency, 2012 scholarship for Laura Kofoed Kjær. DKK 216.000.

Hede Nielsens Foundation, 2012 travel grant, DKK 10,000.

Department of Biomedical Sciences, Copenhagen University Postdoc fellowship, Dan Ploug Christensen, DKK 900.000.

Research education programme in Molecular Metabolism Novo Nordisk Foundation PhD third fellowships for Marie Backe. DKK 440,000.

SHARE 2012 PhD Fellowship, two thirds, with Flemming Steen Jørgensen and Jens Berthelsen, DKK 880.000.

University of Copenhagen 2012 Career PhD fellowship. Applicant: Mattias Salling Dahllöf. DKK 1.150.000.

Augustinus Foundation Travel Grant DKK 55,000,- Applicant Thomas Mandrup-Poulsen.

Canadian Diabetes Association 2011 Postdoctoral fellowship, DKK 448.000,- Applicant Christopher Mayer and Thomas Mandrup-Poulsen (declined)

Desiree og Niels Ydes Fond 2011 Grant. DKK 100.000. Applicant Guy Novotny and Thomas Mandrup-Poulsen.

SHARE 2011 PhD Fellowship, one third, with Karsten Kristiansen and Niels Brünner, DKK 440.000.

European Foundation for the Study of Diabetes, 2011, EUR 100.000. Applicant Thomas Mandrup-Poulsen.

The Interleukin Foundation. 2010. USD 25.000,-. Applicant Thomas Mandrup-Poulsen.

EU7FP: VIBRANT. April 2010. In Vivo Imaging of Βeta-cell Receptors by Applied Nano Technology. Co-applicant Thomas Mandrup-Poulsen. DKK 921.000.

University of Copenhagen 2010 Mobility PhD fellowship DKK 1.150.000.
Coapplicants: Thomas Mandrup-Poulsen and Jens Høiriis Nielsen.

University of Copenhagen 2010 Career PhD fellowship DKK 1.150.000.
Applicant Morten Lundh.

SHARE LIFE Grant. 2010, DKK 100.000. Applicant Guy Novotny.

Desiree og Niels Ydes Fond. 2010. DKK 150.000. Applicant Thomas Mandrup-Poulsen.

Paul and Erna Sehested Hansens Foundation. 2009. Applicant Tonnesen M. DKK 75.000.

Danish Diabetes Association. January 2009. Applicant Maria Antonova. DKK 250.000.

Novo Nordisk Fonden. 2008. Applicant: Mandrup-Poulsen T. DKK 500.000.

Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation International. 2008-2010. Modulation of islet inflammation toward adaptation and repair. Applicants: Marc Donath, Charles A Dinarello and Thomas Mandrup-Poulsen. USD 320.000 to Mandrup-Poulsen T.

Vera and Carl Johan Michaelsens Legat. 2008. Histone deacetylases and cytokine-inducet b-cell death in the pathogenesis of Type 1 diabetes. Applicant Mandrup-Poulsen T. DKK 479.000.

Danish Diabetes Association. January 2008. Applicant: Koefoed M. DKK 87.000.

Danish Diabetes Association. January 2008. Applicant: Tonnesen M. DKK 48.000.

Oresund Diabetes Academy: Anti- IL-1 therapy in recent-onset Type 1 Diabetes. Ph.D. grant. Applicant: Linda Pickersgill. DKK 500.000 per year over 3 years.

Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation International, USA. 2007. Preclinical studies of anti-CD3Mab and IL-1RA. Applicant: Herold K., Ablamunits V., Mandrup-Poulsen T. USD 110.280 in year 1.

Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation International, USA. 2007. AIDA study. Clinical Investigations Research Grant. Applicant: Mandrup-Poulsen T. USD 1.155.000 over 3 years.

Fried rich Bøhm og datter Else Bøhm's foundation. 2006. Applicant: Nolsøe R. DKK 153.000.

Danish Research Agency, December 2006. Applicant: Størling J. DKK 1.733.015 over 3 years

Paul and Erna Sehested Hansens Foundation. 2006. Applicant: Bruun S. DKK 75.000.

Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation International, USA. 2005. Beta Cell Regeneration Program. Grant. Applicant Billestrup N, Mandrup-Poulsen T. USD 190.000  over 2 years

E uropean Foundation for the Study of Diabetes (EFSD). 2006. Applicant: Mandrup-Poulsen T / Størling J. EUR 100.000 over 2 years.

EU 6th Framework Programme. April 2005. Applicant: Mandrup-Poulsen T., Euro 80.000 over 18 months.

Danish Diabetes Association, January 2005. Applicant: Larsen L. DKK 40.000.

Danish Diabetes Association, January 2005. Applicant: Frobøse H. DKK 40.000.

Danish Diabetes Association, January 2005. Applicant: Larsen CM. DKK 40.000.

Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation International, USA. 2004. Applicant Karlsen AE. 450.000 USD over 3 years.

Danish Diabetes Association. January 2004. Applicant: Larsen L. DKK 45.000.

Danish Diabetes Association. January 2004. Applicant: Petersen LG. DKK 50.000.

For earlier grants, please see Thomas Mandrup-Poulsen's CV