Researchers from DNRF Centers of Excellence has been awarded YDUN grants

Today the Danish Council for Independent Research has published the list of the council’s 17 YDUN grant recipients. 5 researchers from DNRF Centers of Excellence are among the grant recipients on the exclusive list:

  • Alicia Lundbye from DARC Danish Arrhythmia Centre has been awarded a grant for DKK 6,468,985 kr. for the project: The molecular mechanisms of heart disease -utilizing high resolution proteomics to identify key drivers of heart failure
  • Anja Groth from Centre for Epigenetics has been awarded a grant for DKK 6,471,360 for the project: Histone Recycling and Cellular Memory
  • Ida Molkte from Centre for GeoGenetics has been awarded a grant for DKK 6,479,471 kr. for the project: Reconstructing the history of the present day Greenlandic population with genetics
  • Lise Bech Christensen fra Dark Cosmology Centre has been awarded a grant for DKK 6,457,791 kr. for the project: Galaxy building blocks: Dwarf galaxies at high redshifts
  • Stefani Xella from Center for Particle Physics (DISCOVERY) has been awarded a grant for DKK 6,069,915 kr. for the project: The upgraded Large Hadron Collider at CERN in 2015 : Higgs precision physics and search for lepton flavour violation

See the entire list of YDUN grant recipients here



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