New grants, May 2016
Professor Jens Juul Holst has received DKK 3,000,000 from the Novo Nordisk Foundation for a project on ‘Appetite and metabolism regulation ‘.
Associate Professor Marie Kveiborg has received DKK 1.7 million from Kræftens Bekæmpelse for the period 2017-1018. The grant has been awarded for the project ‘Udredning af essentielle ADAM proteinasers betydning i invasion og metastasering af tarmkræft’.
Tina Dahlby has received DKK 550,000 from the Danish Diabetes Academy and DKK 500,000 from the Augustinus Foundation for her PhD project ‘The role of CBP and EZH2 as molecular switches’. Tina is part of Thomas Mandrup-Poulsen’s group.
Postdoc Annette Susanne Duelli has received a WHRI FELLOWSHIP of DKK 555.025.
Associate Professor Signe Sørensen Torekov has received DKK 550,000 from the Danish Diabetes Academy for financing of PhD student Charlotte Janus.
Professor Thomas Jespersen has received a scholarship of DKK 120,000 from P. Carl Petersen’s Foundation for Laura Hundahl. Laura’s project is entitled ’Behandling af akutte rytmeforstyrrelser ved blodprop i hjertet i en eksperimentel model’.
Postdoc Anna Lindeløv Vestergaard has received DKK 100,000 from Poul and Erna Sehested Hansen’s Foundation for diabetes research.
PhD student Nicolai Wewer Albrechtsen has received DKK 100,000 from the Augustinus Foundation for a project on ‘The effect of insulin on fat cells’. The project is part of a work-relationship between Joslin Diabetes Center, The Max-Planck Institute and BMI.
Associate Professor Bolette Hartmann has received DKK 67,500 from P. Carl Petersen’s Foundation for a scholarship.
Associate Professor Bolette Hartmann has received DKK 40,000 from Grosserer L.F. Foghts Fond for a project on ’Knogleremodellering’.