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Grant recipient listings

Results: (4190)

Novo Nordisk Foundation Symposia (10)

Grant holder Research location Description Amount Year

Professor

Per Torp Sangild

Clinical Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Københavns Universitet

Preterm birth and epigenetic programming of gut and metabolism

DKK 270,000

2016

Lektor

Stephan Pless

Department of Drug Design and Pharmacology, Københavns Universitet

New paradigms in fluorescence-based approaches to study membrane proteins

DKK 260,000

2016

ph.d.

Manuel Mattheisen

Department of Biomedicine, Aarhus Universitet

Gene environment interactions in mental illnesses - integrating the G with the E

DKK 140,000

2015

dr.

Thorkild I.A. Sørensen

Institut for Sygdomsforebyggelse, Bispebjerg Hospital

Integrating different explanations for the relationship between early growth and metabolic disease

DKK 148,800

2015

ph.d.

Tine Rask Licht

Danmarks Tekniske Universitet

Symposium on Gut Microbiota and Host Metabolic Health

DKK 130,000

2015

 

Visiting Scholar Fellowships at Stanford Bio-X (8)

Grant holder Research location Description Amount Year

Postdoc

Anton Smith

Institut for Kemi, Aarhus Universtitet

Enhancing Biopharmaceuticals through Modern Polymer Science

DKK 3,798,408

2018

Postdoc

Michael Westberg

Chemistry, University of Aarhus

Orthogonal Optogenetic Control of Synapse Signaling

DKK 3,977,071

2018

Ph.d.-studerende

Jamin Hein

NNF Center for Protein Research, University of Copenhagen

Using Spectrally Encoded Peptide-Bead Libraries to Define the Polo-Like Kinase 2 Tumor Suppressor Role

DKK 3,981,758

2017

Ph.d.-studerende

Johanne Marie Justesen

The Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Basic Metabolic Research, University of Copenhagen

Harnessing the power of time and genetics: Combining data from biobanks, medical records and molecular technologies to decipher cardio-metabolic disease origin and onset

DKK 3,958,862

2017

Postdoc

Atefeh Rabiee

Section for Integrative Physiology, University of Copenhagen

An interdisciplinary approach towards panoramic capturing of fat cell fate and timing

DKK 4,000,000

2016

Postdoc

Tue Herlau

Cognitive Systems, Technical University of Denmark

Reliable inference of dynamical brain networks from multi-subject fMRI data

DKK 3,705,288

2016

Postdoc

Ninna Struck Rossen

Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen

Engineering a tissue-mimicking platform to assess cancer metastasis therapy in vitro

DKK 3,997,680

2015

Postdoc

Rasmus Fonseca

Department of Computer Science, University of Copenhagen

An Integrative Study of the Activation Mechanism of Heterotrimeric Protein Gs complexes

DKK 3,782,948

2015

 

Social Science Research Programme (12)

Grant holder Research location Description Amount Year

Professor

Carter Bloch

Danish Centre for Studies in Research and Research Policy (CFA), University of Aarhus

Promoting the socio-economic impact of research-the role of funding practices (PROSECON)

DKK 9,977,000

2018

Professor

Carter Bloch

Danish Centre for Studies in Research and Research Policy (CFA), University of Aarhus

Promoting the socio-economic impact of research-the role of funding practices (PROSECON)

DKK 9,977,000

2018

Professor

Dorte Gyrd-Hansen

Danish Centre for Health Economics-DaCHE, University of Southern Denmark, Odense

Regulating and nudging for improved societal impact of research-based knowledge in health care (The PINCH project)

DKK 9,954,210

2018

Professor

Dorte Gyrd-Hansen

Danish Centre for Health Economics-DaCHE, University of Southern Denmark, Odense

Regulating and nudging for improved societal impact of research-based knowledge in health care (The PINCH project)

DKK 9,954,210

2018

Professor

Torben Tranæs

VIVE-The Danish Center for Social Science Research

The socioeconomic impact of research-based innovations-implementation and long-term consequences of population-based childhood vaccine programs

DKK 9,990,525

2018

Professor

Torben Tranæs

VIVE-The Danish Center for Social Science Research

The socioeconomic impact of research-based innovations-implementation and long-term consequences of population-based childhood vaccine programs

DKK 9,990,525

2018

Professor

Karsten Vrangbæk

Health Services Research, University of Copenhagen

Equity and the socioeconomic impact of disease management programs in Denmark (EQUIP)

DKK 9,956,146

2017

Associate Professor

Mette Gørtz

Department of Economics, University of Copenhagen

Behavioral Responses to Health innovations and the Consequences for Socioeconomic Outcomes

DKK 10,000,000

2017

Professor

Mickael Bech

KORA, the Danish Institute for Local and Regional Government Research

Socioeconomic impact of policy instruments for health research dissemination (INFORMED)

DKK 9,984,611

2017

Professor

Anders Sørensen

Department of Economics, Copenhagen Business School

The socioeconomic importance of research-based education

DKK 9,931,569

2016

Professor

Hans Christian Kongsted

Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics, Copenhagen Business School

Investments, incentives, and the impact of Danish research (Triple-I-Research)

DKK 9,953,859

2016

Associate Professor

Marcel Bogers

Department of Food and Resource Economics, University of Copenhagen

Investigating the microfoundations of socioeconomic impact of university-industry relations

DKK 9,997,190

2016

 

NNF Young Investigator Award (5)

Grant holder Research location Description Amount Year

Senior Research Scientist

Lea Klingenberg Barfod

Department of Immunology and Microbiology, University of Copenhagen

From protective antibodies to epitope based multivalent vaccinology

DKK 20,000,000

2017

Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Tomonori Takeuchi

Department of Biomedicine, Aarhus University

Memory selectivity and knowledge updating

DKK 20,000,000

2017

Senior Scientist, Group Leader

Ulrich auf dem Keller

DTU Bioengineering - Department of Biotechnology and Biomedicine, Technical University of Denmark

Proteolytic networks in skin homeostasis, inflammation and repair

DKK 20,000,000

2016

Associate Professor

Esben Lorentzen

Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics, Aarhus University

Molecular basis for cilium structure, function and pathologies

DKK 20,000,000

2015

Professor

Eva Hoffmann

Department of Cellular and Molecular Medicine, University of Copenhagen

Mapping the genomic landscape in the human germline

DKK 20,000,000

2015

 

Tandem Programme (10)

Grant holder Research location Description Amount Year

Professor

Filip Knop

Clinical Metabolic Physiology, Steno Diabetes Center Copenhagen

A new understanding of glucagon physiology-the liver-alpha cell axis

DKK 14,815,500

2018

Overlæge

Klaus Bønnelykke

COPSAC, Danish Pediatric Asthma centre

Genetic mechanisms of childhood asthma

DKK 14,993,480

2018

Professor

Robert Fenton

Biomedicine, Aarhus Universitet

Targeting prostaglandins in chronic kidney disease (CKD)

DKK 14,957,460

2018

Professor

Thomas Jespersen

Faculty of Health, Københavns Universitet

Sudden Arrhythmogenic Death Syndrome in the Young (SADS-Young)

DKK 14,998,200

2018

Professor

Claus Lindbjerg Andersen

Aarhus Universitetshospital

Implementing non-invasive circulating tumor DNA analysis to optimize the operative and postoperative treatment of patients with colorectal cancer

DKK 15,000,000

2017

Professor

Hans Bisgaard

DSI Dansk Børneastma Center

Deciphering the causal mechanisms linking the early life microbiome and common chronic inflammatory diseases

DKK 14,997,511

2017

Professor

Lars Dyrskjøt Andersen

Aarhus Universitet

Implementation of predictive biomarker models for stratifying bladder cancer patients to optimize therapy (INSTRUCT)

DKK 14,988,750

2017

Lektor

Nanna MacAulay

Københavns Universitet

Hydrocephalus patients - novel approaches towards telemetric monitoring and pharmacological management of the intracranial pressure

DKK 14,726,736

2017

Overlæge

Niels Frimodt-Møller

Clinical Microbiology, Copenhagen University Hospital

Re-inventing the bacterial membrane as a target for antimicrobial treatment of Multidrug-Resistant Gram-Negative Bacteria

DKK 9,996,291

2016

Professor

Niels Feentved Ødum

Department of Immunology and Microbiology, University of Copenhagen

Staphylococcal toxnis fuel cutaneous T cell lymphoma and are novel targets for therapy

DKK 10,000,000

2015

 

Copenhagen Bioscience Cluster (24)

Grant holder Research location Description Amount Year

Lund Universitet

MicroMAX, X-ray beamline at MAX IV

DKK 255,000,000

2017

Lund Universitet

MicroMAX, X-ray beamline at MAX IV

DKK 255,000,000

2017

Cluster Integration

Cluster Integration Activities

DKK 2,700,000

2017

Copenhagen Bioscience Conferences

Cluster Collaboration Event Grants

DKK 5,000,000

2017

Copenhagen Bioscience Conferences 2017

NNF Copenhagen Bioscience Conferences 2017

DKK 6,500,000

2017

CryoNet - Aarhus node

Århus Universitet

DKK 3,750,000

2017

CryoNet - Copenhagen node

NNF Center for Protein Research

DKK 3,750,000

2017

NNF Center for Basic Metabolic Resesarch

Copenhagen Bioscience PhD Programme 2017 CBMR

DKK 10,450,000

2017

NNF Center for Stem Cell Biology (translational hematology)

Københavns Universitet

DKK 100,000,000

2017

The Danish Stem Cell Center

Copenhagen Bioscience PhD Programme 2017 DanStem

DKK 10,450,000

2017

The Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Biosustainability

Copenhagen Bioscience PhD Programme 2017 CFB

DKK 8,360,000

2017

The Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Protein Research

Copenhagen Bioscience PhD Programme CPR 2017

DKK 6,270,000

2017

Danmarks Teniske Universitet

NNF Center for Biosustainability (Computational Biology)

DKK 90,000,000

2016

Copenhagen Bioscience Conferences 2016

Copenhagen Bioscience Conferences 2016

DKK 6,500,000

2016

Copenhagen Bioscience PhD Programme 2016

Copenhagen Bioscience PhD Programme 2016

DKK 29,260,000

2016

Claudia Monaco

University of Oxford

Metabolites as drivers of inflammation in metabolic diseases

DKK 40,800,000

2015

Matthias Mann

Mass spectrometry based discovery of blood protein biomarkers for preventive and predictive medicine: focus on type 2 diabetes, obesity and the metabolic syndrome

DKK 60,000,000

2015

Robin Choudhury

University of Oxford

Discovery and validation of novel targets for therapy, characterization and response to treatment in immuno-metabolic diseases.

DKK 40,800,000

2015

Adam Wolf

PROCRIN

DKK 24,330,250

2014

Danmarks Tekniske Universitet

NNF Center for Biosustainability

DKK 1,319,050,000

2010

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