Marie Curie grants

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Marie Skłodowska-Curie is the collective name for the EU Commission's programme addressed to research career-development. There are two main types of Marie Curie programmes, individual fellowships and network grants, both currently funded hrough the Horizon2020 frame programme.

Individual Marie Curie grants

Each individual grant usually covers two years' salary, a mobility allowance, research costs and overheads for the host institution. Individual researchers submit proposals for funding in liaison with their planned host organisation. Here we have listed the names of active individual Marie Curie fellowships at Karolinska Institutet and their hosting project supervisors/PIs.

MIRA

Project: Characterizing Microbe-specific Immune Responses in the pathogenesis of Autoimmunity

Fellowship holder: Chiara Sorini

Supervisor: Eduardo Villablanca

Project period: 1 September 2017 – 31 August 2019 

RNAatHD

Project: Development of a high-resolution method to monitor structural changes of regulatory RNAs and therapeutic oligo-nucleotides directly in-cell.

Fellowship holder: Judith Schlagnitweit

Supervisor: Katja Petzold

Project period: 1 May 2017 – 30 April 2019

SELFIEv2.0

Project: Identifying the neuronal basis of self-concept in the human medial prefrontal and medial temporal brain regions

Fellowship holder: Pawel Tacikowski

Supervisor: Henrik Ehrsson

Project period: to be decided

Nano Traction

Project: Nano Traction

Fellowship holder: Christopher Wood

Supervisor: Molly Stevens

Project period: to be decided

Multi-SIP Hydrogel

Project: A multifunctional self-immolative hydrogel for accelerating the healing of chronic wounds

Fellowship holder: Derrick Roberts

Supervisor: Molly Stevens

Project period: 1 februari 2017 - 31 januari 2019

TICKLE ME

Project: Self and others in the sensorimotor system: a computational neuroanatomy of sensory attenuation

Fellowship holder: Konstantina Kilteni

Supervisor: Henrik Ehrsson

Project period: 1 januari 2017 - 31 december 2018

Collaborative Marie Curie projects

SyDAD

Doctoral training programme and colaborative research project focusing on synaptic dysfunktion in Alzheimer's Disease. 

Project name: Synaptic Dysfunction in Alzheimer Disease

Call: H2020-MSCA-ETN-2015

Project period: 1 November 2015 – 31 October 2019

Grant: EUR 3.8 million

Partners:

Coordinator: Bengt Winblad

More about SyDAD on the project website

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