Funding from the European Union
The European Union is the most important international funder of research at Karolinska Institutet. In total, the EU contributed with SEK 299 million in 2022.
The European Research Council (ERC) promotes research of the highest quality through long-term financing. KI has been successfull in achieving these prestigious grants.
EIT Health projects
EIT Health promotes innovation and entrepreneurship for healthy and active aging throughout Europe. Here we list projects at KI.
Marie Curie grants
The EU Commission's Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) programmes are addressed to research career development, on an individual level and collaborative. Find ongoing activities at KI with this type of funding.
In recent years, KI researchers have been participating in hundreds of collaborative research projects funded by the EU. Many of these projects have been coordinated at KI.