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PublISHED ON 09 September 2019

UpDATED ON 09 September 2019

14 researchers in Sweden to receive an ERC Starting grant

It has now been decided who will get an ERC Starting grant. In total, 408 researchers will share more than 6 billion SEK, to be used in developing their research and building up their own teams. 14 of them have a Swedish host institution.

University of Gothenburg

  • Davide Angeletti, B Cell immunodominance in antiviral immunity

Karolinska Institutet

  • Pia Dosenovic, Vaccine development against variable pathogens
  • Maria Genander, Redefining the esophageal stem cell niche – towards targeting of squamous cell carcinoma
  • Jenny Mjösberg, Single-cell analysis of intestinal lymphocytes reveals targets for treatment of inflammatory bowel disease

Royal Institute of Technology (KTH)

  • Maria Cuartero, Conquering a new paradigm for addressing ion detection in real scenarios
  • Outi Tammisola, Modelling revolution for complex fluid flow over surfaces and walls

Linköping University

  • Sara Liin, Resilience and trigger factors in cardiac arrhythmia: Risk stratification and drug design

Lund University

  • Per Augustsson, High throughput microfluidic cell and nanoparticle handling by molecular and thermal gradient acoustic focusing
  • Nancy Bocken, Experimenting with circular service business models
  • Mikkel Brydegaard, Coherent back-lasing from atmospheric insects
  • Andreas Ehn, Advanced laser diagnostics for discharge plasma

Stockholm University

  • Markus Kowalewski, Chemistry in optical nano cavities: Designing photonic reagents and light-matter materials

Uppsala University

  • Karin Lind, Multi-dimensional analysis of the metal-poor Galaxy
  • David Wheatcroft, Species discrimination in birds: A behavioural-neurogenomics approach to auditory learning

The ERC website has more statistics and a list of all the grant recipients.external link

PUBLISHED ON 09 September 2019

UpDATED ON 09 September 2019

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