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Grant recipient listings

Results: (34)

Excellens projekt (34)

Grant holder Research location Description Amount Year

Senior Researcher

Anna Wredenberg

Department of Medical Biochemistry and Biophysics, Karolinska Institute

Mitochondrial dysfunction-a means to understanding genetic and metabolic responses in health and disease

DKK 5,000,000

2018

Reservelæge

Kirstine Nyvold Bojsen-Møller

Endocrinology Department, Hvidovre Hospital

Mechanisms of diabetes remission after sleeve gastrectomy

DKK 5,000,000

2018

Assistant Professor

Lykke Sylow

Nutrition, Exercise, and Sports, University of Copenhagen

Identifying key orchestrators of pathways in the interactions between metabolism, insulin sensitivity and muscle wasting

DKK 5,000,000

2018

Assistant Professor

Thomas McWilliams

Faculty of Medicine, University of Helsinki

Unravelling the regulation of basal mitophagy in endocrine dysfunction

DKK 5,000,000

2018

Gruppe leder

Christoffer Clemmensen

Københavns Universitet

Nicotinic Acetylcholine Receptors in Energy Metabolism: Uncoupling Satiety from Addiction

DKK 4,994,000

2017

Lektor

Johannes Kettunen

Oulu Universitet

HDL-mediated cholesterol efflux capacity - epidemiology, genetics and causality in cardiometabolic diseases

DKK 4,941,200

2017

Adjunkt

Katrine Schjoldager

Københavns Universitet

Novel proteoforms of peptide hormones provide exciting options for improving drug design

DKK 5,000,000

2017

Seniorforsker

Martin Blomberg Jensen

Rigshospitalet

RANKL and male fertility

DKK 5,000,000

2017

Postdoc

Daniel Quintana

Faculty of Medicine, Oslo University

Investigating oxytocin system dysfunction as a common link between metabolic and psychiatric symptoms in severe mental illness

DKK 5,000,000

2016

associate professor

Niels Grarup

Section for Metabolic Genetics, University of Copenhagen

Genes and metabolic health in the Greenlandic Inuit population

DKK 5,000,000

2016

associate professor

Signe Torekov

Department of Biomedical Sciences, University of Copenhagen

Synergistic effects of GLP-1 and exercise on immuno-metabolic health

DKK 5,000,000

2016

associate professor

Ulrika Islander

Dept. of Rheumatology and Inflammation Research, Gothenburg University

Inhibition of inflammation and osteoporosis by estrogen

DKK 5,000,000

2016

Associate Professor

Marcus Lind

Department of Medicine, Göteborg Universitet

Type 1 diabetes and mortality

DKK 5,000,000

2015

Postdoc

Simona Chera

Department of Clinical Science, Universitetet i Bergen

Characterizing and reversing beta-cell senescence and proliferation quiescence in monogenic diabetes

DKK 5,000,000

2015

Researcher

Sofia Skrtic

Dept. of internal medicine and clinical nutrition, Göteborg Universitet

WNT16 - a novel regulator of cortical bone and non-vertebral fracture risk

DKK 5,000,000

2015

Associate Professor

Thomas Jensen

Nutrition, Exercise and Sports, Københavns Universitet

Understanding skeletal muscle plasticity in health and disease

DKK 5,000,000

2015

Senior researcher

Christian Benedict

Uppsala Universitet

The role of the fat mass and obesity gene for sleep loss related health consequences in humans

DKK 5,000,000

2014

Assistant Professor

Jonas Thue Treebak

Københavns Universitet

Role of NAD-salvage systems in mitochondrial function and insulin sensitivity: Implications for Type 2 Diabetes

DKK 5,000,000

2014

Assistant Professor

Niklas Björkström

Karolinska Institutet

Role for natural killer (NK) cell-mediated hepatic inflammation in progression from obesityinduced NAFLD to NASH

DKK 5,000,000

2014

Associate Professor

Stefano Romeo

Göteborg Universitet

Uncovering new pathways leading to insulin resistance

DKK 5,000,000

2014

MD, PhD

Christina Christoffersen

Klinisk Biokemisk Afdeling, Rigshospitalet

Fat tissue, fat metabolism and neuropathy in diabetes

DKK 5,000,000

2013

Assistant Professor

Karolina Skibicka

Endocrinology, Göteborg Universitet

Can GLP-1 modify reward behavior and circuitry to reduce reward cravings? Answers from rodent and men in health and disease

DKK 5,000,000

2013

Lektor, læge, ph.d.

Niels Jessen

Forskningslaboratoriet for Biokemisk Patologi, Aarhus Universitetshospital

Defining the Role of Organic Cation Transporters in Diabetes Treatment

DKK 5,000,000

2013

Assistant Professor

Olov Andersson

Cell and Molecular Biology, Karolinska Institutet

Regeneration and homeostatic control of beta-cell mass -- by adenosine signaling

DKK 5,000,000

2013

Dr

Ingrid Wernstedt Asterholm

Touchstone Diabetes Center, UT Southwestern Medical Center

Key Components of the Dynamic Reshaping of Adipose Tissue

DKK 5,000,000

2012

Chief Physician

Jens Peter Gøtze

Clinical Biochemistry, University of Copenhagen

Heart, gut, and energy metabolism

DKK 5,000,000

2012

Dr.

Jorge Ruas

Physiology and Pharmacology, Karolinska Institutet

Mechanisms of Skeletal Muscle Adaptations to Exercise

DKK 5,000,000

2012

Assistant Professor

Kirsty Spalding

CMB, Karolinska Institute

Adipose tissue and metabolic disease in man

DKK 5,000,000

2012

Dr

Charlotte Ling

Clinical Sciences, Lund University

Impact of type 2 diabetes and HbA1c on DNA methylation in human pancreatic islets.

DKK 5,000,000

2011

Dr.

Filip Knop

Diabetes Research Division, Department of Internal Medicine F, Gentofte Hopsital, University of Copenhagen

BILE-INDUCED GLP-1 SECRETION AND HUMAN GLUCOSE HOMEOSTASIS - physiological and pathophysiological implications

DKK 5,000,000

2011

Dr

Anders Rosengren

Dep. Clinical Sciences Malmö, Lund University

The adrenergic signalling network in the pathophysiology and treatment of type 2 diabetes

DKK 5,000,000

2010

Adj Prof

Kirsi Pietiläinen

Department of Psychiatry and Department of Medicine, Helsinki University Central Hospital

Genomic and metabolomic strategies to identify tissue-specific effects of obesity -Translational evidence from healthy young twins and intervention studies

DKK 5,000,000

2010

Dr

Kurt Højlund

Department of Endocrinology, University of Southern Denmark

Phosphoproteomic characterization of mitochondrial dysfunction and insulin resistance in type 2 diabetes. From molecule to diabetes treatment in man

DKK 5,000,000

2009

Dr

Nils Wierup

Department of Experimental Medical Science, Lund University

The role of CART in islet function.

DKK 5,000,000

2008