People News from the Faculty of Science, week 24

Professor Francesco Sannino, Centre for Cosmology and Particle Physics Phenomenology, Department of Physics, Chemistry and Pharmacy, has been elected foreign member of the Finnish Academy of Science and Letters. The election is based on his contributions to science and long-term close contacts with Finnish physics.

Professor James W. Vaupel, Max Planck Odense Center, has been appointed Honorary Doctor at the University of Lund.

Professor Brage S. Andresen, Department of Physics, Chemistry and Pharmacy, has been appointed a fellow of the Royal College of Pathologists.

Professor Brage S. Andresen has received DKK 2,592,000 from the Danish Council for Independent Research for the project titled: Aberrant splicing of the Ras oncogenes - A new therapeutic and diagnostic approach.

Professor Brage S. Andresen, has received DKK 2,584,800 from the Danish Council for Independent Research for the project titled: Global identification and characterization of in vivo binding sites for the major splicing regulatory HNRNP A/B proteins in human disease genes.

Professor Ole Nørregaard Jensen, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, has received DKK 6,479,999 from the Danish Council for Independent Research for the project titled: Temporal cross-talk of post-translational modifications in cellular signalling networks.

Associate Professor Steffen Søndergaard Madsen, Department of Biology, has received DKK 2,590,858 from the Danish Council for Independent Research for the project Transepithelial water transport and the role of aquaporins in fishes: Diversity, molecular physiology and regulation.

Professor Donald Canfield, Department of Biology, has received DKK 2,459,520 from the Danish Council for Independent Research for the project Life at Low Oxygen.

Associate Professor Christoforos Kouvaris, Centre for Cosmology and Particle Physics Phenomenology, Department of Physics, Chemistry and Pharmacy, has received DKK 2,580,480 from the Danish Council for Independent Research for the project Dark Matter: From Particles to Stars.

Professor Christine McKenzie, Department of Physics, Chemistry and Pharmacy, has received DKK 2,587,680 from the Danish Council for Independent Research for the project Greener Oxidation Reactions (GreenOR).

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