Decision published

07 December 2016

Total amount granted: 168 300 000 SEK

Clinical therapy research

On December 7, 2016, the Swedish Research Council published decisions on environmental research grants for clinical therapy research. In total, more than 168 million SEK was granted over the period 2017–2019.

Decision published

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Approval rates and average grants

Applicants

Number of

project outlines

Number

of full applications

Number approved

Approval rate

Average grant

Women

49

10

4

8.2 %

5 959 078

Men

86

27

6

7.0 %

5 377 281

Total

135

37

10

7.4 %

5 610 000

Approved grants per administrating organisation

Administrating organisations

Number of projects

Karolinska Institutet, KI

7

University of Gothenburg

1

Lund university

1

Uppsala university

1

 

The table shows which administrating organisation have been approved grants, and the number of projects they are involved in.

Approvad grants per county councils/regions

County council/regions

Number of projects

Stockholm County Council

9

Region Västra Götaland

8

Uppsala County Council

7

Västerbotten County Council

7

Region Skåne

6

Region Östergötland

6

Region Örebro County

5

Dalarna County Council

3

Värmland County Council

3

Region Jönköping County

3

Kalmar County Council

2

Sörmland County Council

2

Västmanland County Council

2

Region Halland

2

Blekinge County Council

1

Norrbottens County Council

1

Region Gotland

1

Region Gävleborg

1

Region Jämtland Härjedalen

1

Region Kronoberg

1

 

The table shows which county councils/regions are involved in the granted projects. The numbers indicates how many projects they are involved in (one county council/region can participate in more than one project).

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