Committee on Endocrinology and Metabolism
The Committee on Endocrinology and Metabolism implements the Foundation Board’s granting decisions for the support of basic and clinical research within endocrinology and metabolism in the Nordic countries.
The Board has decided to grant DKK 116.85 million (€9.1 million) annually via the applications evaluated by the Nordic Research Committee. The grant budget is allocated to project grants (DKK 62.5 million), the Advanced Investigator Grant (DKK 10 million), the Excellence Fellowships (DKK 20 million), and Postdoc fellowships for research abroad (DKK 24 million). See calls for proposals below.
The Committee additionally implements the Board’s granting decisions for a series of symposia in the Nordic countries with topics within endocrinology or experimental physiology, as well as the annual Jacobæus Prize and Novo Nordisk Foundation Lecture – the latter in collaboration with the Scandinavian Society for the Study of Diabetes.
The Committee on Endocrinology and Metabolism was formally established as the Nordic Research Committee in 1989, but its history dates back to 1923. The Committee comprises a Chair and members from Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden. The Board of the Foundation appoints the Chair and the other members in accordance with the general rules covering the Foundation’s committees.
The current members of the Committee are listed below.