Again two grants obtained by the research group of Professor Harald Schmidt
26 jun 2012
Prof Kevin Mayo appointed as Wellens Visiting Professor 2013 at the Department of Biochemistry
Invitation Information Meeting Veni, Vidi and Vici - June 21, 2013
UNESCO-L'ORÉAL International For Women In Science Fellowships 2014 - Deadline May 30, 2013
Special corona at Daniel Johnson's PhD defense on arrhythmias
NHS studentbeurzen 2013 CALL FOR PROPOSALS deadline May 21, 2013
Biomedica Life Sciences Summit 2013
Van Gogh grants - Call for proposals 2013. Deadline: June 9
Again the group of Prof. Harald Schmidt (Dept. of Pharmacology) was successful in obtaining external funding for their research. Dr Kim Radermacher was granted a personal grant by the Netherlands Brain Foundation. Schmidt obtained an EU COST-grant.
Last week, post-doc Kim Radermacher obtained a Fellowship for her research project entitled ‘Inhibition of NADPH oxidases as a new mechanistic approach to promote recovery in stroke: Validation by non-invasive brain redox imaging’. The Netherlands Brain Foundation wants to prevent and heal brain disorders. For the Fellowship subsidy (150 K€), the Foundation works with research programs linked to priority areas. For more information please visit the website (only in Dutch).
Furthermore the EU-ROS proposal has been approved by the European Cooperation in Science and Technology (COST) on June 7. COST is an intergovernmental framework, allowing the coordination of nationally-funded reearch on a European level. The mission and goal of COST is to contribute to reducing the fragmentation in European research investments and opening the European Research Area (ERA) to cooperation worldwide.