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Funding

2021

Grant from Innovationsfonden

Poul Nielsen, FKF, Christoffer V. Heidtmann, FKF, Janne Kudsk Klitgaard, BMB, Carsten Uhd Nielsen, FKF and Thomas M. Clemmensen, SDU-RIO, have recieved DKK 1.484.640 from Innovationsfonden for the project "A novel antibiotic for the fight against multiresistant bacteria".

 

Grant from Independent Research Fund Denmark

Jacob Kongsted, Poul Nielsen and Carsten Uhd Nielsen have received a grant from Independent Research Fund Denmark, DKK 3.273.120, for the project “P-glycoprotein inhibition from a molecular basis – development of rational design strategies for P-glycoprotein modulators”.

 

Grant from the Novo Nordisk Foundation

René Holm has received a Start Package grant from the Novo Nordisk Foundation, DKK 6.500.000, for setting up his research group at the department.

 

2020

Grant from the Novo Nordisk Foundation

Jacob Kongsted and Carsten Uhd Nielsen have received a grant from the Novo Nordisk Foundation, DKK 2.454.900, for the project “Understanding P-glycoprotein inhibition from a molecular basis – development of rational design strategies for P-glycoprotein inhibitors”.

 

Grundfos Award 2020

Dorthe Bomholdt Ravnbæk has received the Grundfos Award, which include DKK 750.000 for independent research, and will be use to buy equipment and fund Dorthes research on battery improvement.

 

Grant from the Independent Research Fund Denmark

Ulla Gro Nielsen has received DKK 2.880.000 from the Independent Research Fund Denmark for the project "Paving the chemical pathway from waste to resource". Ulla also received Fyens Stiftstidend Forskerpris incl. DKK 15.000 within the same topic.

 

Grants from the Lundbeck Foundation

Himanshu Khandelia has received an Ascending Investigator research grant on DKK 5.093.000 kr. tworth DKK 5,093,000 to research into electrical activity in membrane proteins.

Jasmin Mecinovic has received an Ascending Investigator research grant worth DKK 4,999,500 to study enzymes in the brain that are significant for the function of the nervous system.

 

Grant from the Villum Foundation

Himanshu Khandelia has received a Villum Experiment Grant, DKK 2.000.000, for the project "A Novel Voltage-sensing Nano-device based on Flexoelectric Coupling in Lipid Membranes".

 

EUFunding

The research group including Annette Bauer-Brandl, Martin Brandle and Paul Stein is one of the partners participating in the new project: Eliminating animals from the development of new oral drug formulations: EU funds MSCA-H2020 EID InPharma. The EU-funded InPharma project is working towards making drug development more predictable and reducing animal testing in drug development by using a fully integra¬ted, animal-free, end-to-end modelling approach to the formulation of drugs for oral administration.

 

NERD grant

Dorthe Bomholdt Ravnsbæk has received DKK 13.000.000 from the Novo Nordisk Foundation "New Exploratory Research and Discovery"-program for research in new and improved materials for batteries and battery technology in the project Structure-property relations of disordered electrode materials for rechargeable batteries - DEM­BATT.

 

Grant from the Independent Research Fund Denmark

Steffen Bähring has received DKK 2.793.600 from the Independent Research Fund Denmark for the research project Extended-Tetrathiafulvalene-Porphyrin Donor Materials for Organic Solar Cells

 

Villum Young Investigator

Erik Donovan Hedegaard has been appointed Villum Young  Investigator by the Villum Foundation. A grant following the appointment will be used for the research project The virtual enzyme lab: boosting advanced biofuels.

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Last Updated 05.07.2021