Grants overview

2015 kr. 350.000

Rasmus Ern

Title and degree:

Postdoc

Institution:

University of Texas

Grant type:

Carlsbergfondets internationaliseringsstipendier

Project title:

The oxygen limit for thermal tolerance (PTcrit); a novel index for classifying the oxygen-dependent thermal sensitivity of different species.

2015 kr. 425.000

Berthe Katrine Fiil

Title and degree:

Postdoc

Institution:

Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research

Grant type:

Carlsbergfondets internationaliseringsstipendier

Project title:

Met1-linked Ubiquitin Chains in Innate Immune Signalling

2015 kr. 350.000

Jonas Geldmann

Title and degree:

Postdoc

Institution:

Københavns Universitet

Grant type:

Carlsbergfondets internationaliseringsstipendier

Project title:

Effectiveness of Terrestrial Protected Areas in Reducing Human Pressure

2015 kr. 350.000

Erik Donovan Hedegård

Title and degree:

Ph.d.

Institution:

Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule

Grant type:

Carlsbergfondets internationaliseringsstipendier

Project title:

Prediction of reaction and spin-state energetics for hydrogenases: Combining accurate structures, quantum chemical methods and embedding schemes

2015 kr. 350.000

Pie Huda

Title and degree:

Ph.d.

Institution:

Københavns Universitet

Grant type:

Carlsbergfondets internationaliseringsstipendier

Project title:

Nanobody based drug delivery for cancer targeting

2015 kr. 350.000

Mette Ishøy

Title and degree:

Ph.d.

Institution:

Danmarks Tekniske Universitet

Grant type:

Carlsbergfondets internationaliseringsstipendier

Project title:

Overcoming Drug-Resistance in Cancer: Targeted Degradation of Oncogenic Kinases

2015 kr. 350.000

Morten Egevang Jørgensen

Title and degree:

Postdoc

Institution:

Københavns Universitet

Grant type:

Carlsbergfondets internationaliseringsstipendier

Project title:

Nitrate Channels for Improved Nutrient Use Efficiency

2015 kr. 425.000

Saereh Khanamiri

Title and degree:

Ph.d.

Institution:

Københavns Universitet

Grant type:

Carlsbergfondets internationaliseringsstipendier

Project title:

Role of Kv7 channels for the blood supply to the heart during normal physiological conditions as well as in a number of changed states.