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Bevillingsoversigt

Bevillingsoversigt manchet

2019 kr. 2.332.015

Jens Frydenvang

Titel og grad:

PhD

Institution:

University of Copenhagen

Bevillingstype:

Carlsbergfondets postdoc-stipendier i Danmark

Projektnavn:

Life on Mars? Exploring Gale and Jezero

2018 kr. 1.170.342

Mahboobeh Amoushahi

Titel og grad:

Postdoctoral Fellow, PhD

Institution:

Aarhus University

Bevillingstype:

Carlsbergfondets postdoc-stipendier i Danmark

Projektnavn:

The effect of reactive oxygen species production on regulation of ovarian follicular activation

2018 kr. 589.000

Lau Møller Andersen

Titel og grad:

Postdoctoral Fellow, PhD

Institution:

Aarhus University

Bevillingstype:

Carlsbergfondets postdoc-stipendier i Danmark

Projektnavn:

The cerebellar clock: predicting the present

2018 kr. 1.219.412

Elisabeth Machteld Biersma

Titel og grad:

Postdoctoral Fellow, PhD

Institution:

University of Copenhagen

Bevillingstype:

Carlsbergfondets postdoc-stipendier i Danmark

Projektnavn:

The Evolutionary History of the Greenlandic Flora

2018 kr. 1.186.900

Espen Drath Bøjesen

Titel og grad:

Postdoctoral Fellow, PhD

Institution:

Monash University

Bevillingstype:

Carlsbergfondets postdoc-stipendier i Danmark

Projektnavn:

The Best of Both Worlds – Combining the Strengths of Electrons and X-rays

2018 kr. 1.179.000

Christian Damsgaard

Titel og grad:

Postdoctoral Fellow, PhD

Institution:

Aarhus University

Bevillingstype:

Carlsbergfondets postdoc-stipendier i Danmark

Projektnavn:

A Bird's Eye Perspective on Eye Evolution

2018 kr. 1.136.823

Myriam Fezai

Titel og grad:

PhD

Institution:

University of Copenhagen

Bevillingstype:

Carlsbergfondets postdoc-stipendier i Danmark

Projektnavn:

Role of the KCNE5 channel protein in the neurophysiology

2018 kr. 1.224.983

David Alejandro Duchene Garzon

Titel og grad:

Postdoctoral Fellow, PhD

Institution:

University of Copenhagen

Bevillingstype:

Carlsbergfondets postdoc-stipendier i Danmark

Projektnavn:

The evolutionary history of birds lies in their genes: extracting historical information from genome-scale data