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121 million from The Swedish Research Council in Medicine and Health

News: Oct 29, 2015

The University of Gothenburg gets 121 million SEK in grants from the Swedish Research Council’s call in medicine and health. It’s an improvement compared to last year.

121 million is 15 per cent of the total grant, compared to last year’s 13 per cent and 121 million means that the University of Gothenburg yet again comes in second on the list of universities in the call. Karolinska Institutet gets 367 million, which is three times more than the University of Gothenburg. Uppsala and Lund comes in third and forth on this year’s list.

The largest grant, 7 200 000 SEK, goes to Ingmar Skoog, professor in psychiatry, Institute of Neuroscience and Physiology. Three young researchers also get large grants: Emma Börgeson, Elisabet Jerlhag Holm och Malin Johansson.

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Originally published on: sahlgrenska.gu.se

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