New grants, November 2017
See which researchers at the Department of Biomedical Sciences who have received grants the last couple of months.
Professor Thomas Mandrup-Poulsen has received DKK 100,000 from the Augustinus Foundation for the project “The role of RNA degradation in inflammatory inhibition of insulin secretion in type 1 diabetes”. The grant does not include overhead/administrations fee.
Professor Mette Rosenkilde has received DKK 600,000 from Vera og Carl Johan Michaelsens Legat for operating expenses for the project ”Targeting adhesion GPCRs for efficient prevention of virus entry into the brain and for facilitated drug transport into the brain”. The grant does not include overhead/administrations fee.
Professor Birgitte Holst has received a supplementary grant of DKK 200,000 from the Novo Nordisk Foundation for her ongoing project “Co-administration of neurotensin and GLP-1 agonists as anti-obesity treatment”. The grant does not include overhead/administrations fee.
Postdoc Luke Carroll and Postdoc Luke Gamon from Professor Mike Davies’ group have both received fellowships of DKK 277,152 from the WHRI-ACADEMY – European Commission Marie Curie Co-funding Action (COFUND).
Assistant professor Michal Tomasz Marzec has received DKK 100,000 from Bjarne Jensens Fond and DKK 190,000 from Vissing Fonden for the project “How do proinsulin peptides become immunogenic”. The grants do not include overhead/administrations fee.