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DFF-MOBILEX mobility grants from the Danish Council for Independent Research, September 2015

In cooperation with the Marie Curie Program under FP7, the Danish Council for Independent Research awards 25 research mobility grants for approximately DKK 52 million. The grant recipients are listed below.

 EU funding

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no. 600207.

 

The grants are awarded within the framework of the Danish Council for Independent Research’s Call for proposals A2014 and S2015, with the aim of providing younger researchers the best possible conditions for starting up international research activities at a high scientific level. The grant enables a Danish-based researcher to arrange a research stay abroad and vice-versa for researchers based abroad.

The Council processed 241applications for DFF-MOBILEX mobility grants, and the full amount applied for was approximately DKK 488 million.

Grant letters will be forwarded to the recipients as soon as possible. Rejection letters will include a brief text, explaining the main academic reasons for the project not obtaining a grant.

Please note that the stated amounts are indicative and subject to revision. 


Project Title: Consumption, Excess Sensitivity, and Income Fungibility
Grant Recipient: Arna Vardardóttir
Place of Employment: Copenhagen Business School Handelshøjskolen
Amount: DKK 1,981,318


Project Title: Civil War Termination Bargaining: Power, Third Parties, and Bargaining Behavior
Grant Recipient: Sunhee Park
Place of Employment: University of Aarhus
Amount: DKK 2,208,493


Project Title: Kant, a Cosmopolitan in Königsberg: an Idea for a Local History with a Cosmopolitan Aim
Grant Recipient: Jonas Gerlings
Place of Employment: University of Edinburgh
Amount: DKK 2,245,998


Project Title: Inventing New Strategies for Art Institutions
Grant Recipient: Signe Meisner Christensen
Place of Employment: Zürich University for the Arts
Amount: DKK 2,099,222


Project Title: Dissecting neuronal circuits underlying visually-guided behaviors
Grant Recipient: Ana Oliveira
Place of Employment: University of Aarhus
Amount: DKK 1,911,784


Project Title: Deciphering early insulin receptor signaling dynamics by quantitative mass spectrometry
Grant Recipient: Kristina Bennet Emdal
Place of Employment: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Amount: DKK 1,689,503


Project Title: Investigating the Role of Lipid Metabolism in Early Embryonic Development
Grant Recipient: Robert Bone
Place of Employment: University of Copenhagen
Amount: DKK 2,107,103


Project Title: Multicompartment Carriers for Sequential and Controlled Release of Growth Factors Aimed at Bone Tissue Engineering
Grant Recipient: Maria Godoy Gallardo
Place of Employment: Technical University of Denmark
Amount: DKK 2,421,977


Project Title: Development of elastomeric and conductive scaffolds for spinal cord engineering
Grant Recipient: Mehdi Mehrali
Place of Employment: Technical University of Denmark
Amount: DKK 2,495,071


Project Title: Novel assessment of cardiopulmonary function in heart failure using clinical dynamic positron emission tomography and indicator-dilution analysis
Grant Recipient: Hendrik Johannes Harms
Place of Employment: Aarhus University Hospital
Amount: DKK 1,470,326


Project Title: Formation and Arsenic Uptake Mechanism of Mixed-valent Fe Oxides Generated by Electrocoagulation
Grant Recipient: Case van Genuchten
Place of Employment: University of Copenhagen
Amount: DKK 2,413,557


Project Title: Effective transformation of raw data into analysis outcomes in magnetic resonance imaging
Grant Recipient: Esben Plenge
Place of Employment: University of Copenhagen
Amount: DKK 1,916,757


Project Title: Particle Physics: Integrating Results from LHC, Dark Matter, and High-Intensity Searches
Grant Recipient: William Shepherd
Place of Employment: University of Copenhagen
Amount: DKK 2,092,846


Project Title: Anatomy and Nature of Abrupt Climate Changes (ANA-Clim)
Grant Recipient: Emilie Capron
Place of Employment: University of Copenhagen
Amount: DKK 2,044,287


Project Title: Do microbiomes drive ecological adaptation in vertebrates? Answers from the metagenomic analysis of ancient DNA from guano deposits
Grant Recipient: Antton Alberdi
Place of Employment: University of Copenhagen
Amount: DKK 2,491,727


Project Title: A novel approach to uncover the principles of mind-altering microorganisms
Grant Recipient: Stanislav Nagy
Place of Employment: University of Copenhagen
Amount: DKK 2,357,807


Project Title: Systematic genome-wide dissection of DNA anaphase bridges using high-throughput genetics and cell biology
Grant Recipient: Oliver Quevedo Rodriguez
Place of Employment: University of Copenhagen
Amount: DKK 1,883,200


Project Title: From Sunlight to Green Energy – Controlling Photoconversion
Grant Recipient: Kasper Skov Kjær
Place of Employment: Stanford University
Amount: DKK 1,776,282


Project Title: Chemical enrichment and dust in the early Universe
Grant Recipient: Jens-Kristian Krogager
Place of Employment: Institute of Astrophysics, Paris
Amount: DKK 2,143,711


Project Title: Extremes in Homogeneous Dynamics with Number Theoretic Perspectives
Grant Recipient: Maxim Sølund Kirsebom
Place of Employment: University of Bremen
Amount: DKK 1,573,449


Project Title: A Single-Molecule Transporter Assay for the Functional Analysis of Peptide Translocation by the ABC Transporter TAPL.
Grant Recipient: Garima Ghale
Place of Employment: University of Copenhagen
Amount: DKK 2,039,157


Project Title: Exosomes as novel players in inter-cellular communication in antiviral immune responses
Grant Recipient: Ramya Nandakumar
Place of Employment: University of Aarhus
Amount: DKK 2,292,592


Project Title: The role of microRNAs in the regulation of metabolism and growth
Grant Recipient: Pedro Saavedra
Place of Employment: University of Copenhagen
Amount: DKK 1,925,212 


Project Title: Improving the characterization of an overlooked diabetic subtype: Latent autoimmune diabetes in adults (LADA)
Grant Recipient: Mette Korre Andersen
Place of Employment: University of Copenhagen
Amount: DKK 2,468,543


Project Title: Motivational regulation by dopamine D2 receptor downstream signaling pathways
Grant Recipient: Troels Rahbek-Clemmensen
Place of Employment: Columbia University
Amount: DKK 1,698,758

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