The decision was published 14:00 24 Sep 2019

Research time for clinicians within the infection area: antibiotics and antibiotics resistance

The Swedish Research Council has decided on the applications to be awarded grants within Research time for clinicians within the infection area: antibiotics and antibiotics resistance. Our total grant amount is 16 million SEK.

Please note that only notice in Prisma guarantees that a grant has been approved.

Approval rates

Applicants

Number of applications

Number of approved grants

Approval rate

Women  6

4

67 %

Men

10

4

40 %

Total

16

8

 50 %

 

Grant amounts

Applicants

Total amount approved

Women

8 000 000

Men

8 000 000

Total

16 000 000

 

Administrating organisations

The table shows the 10 administrating organisations that have been awarded the most funds.

Approved grants and amounts per administrating organisation‌‌

Administrating organisation

Number of approved grants

Total grant amount

Skåne Regional Council

3

2 000 000

Umeå Univeristy

2

2 000 000

Linköping University

1

2 000 000

Region Stockholm

1

2 000 000

Uppsala University

1

2 000 000

Total

8

16 000 000

 

What happens after the grant decision?

 

PubliSHED ON 04 July 2019

UpDATED ON 24 September 2019

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