The Academy of Finland’s Research Council for Biosciences, Health and the Environment granted more than 5.2 million euros of funding to Academy Projects at the University of Eastern Finland.
The Academy of Finland has granted funding to 12 Academy Projects in biosciences, health and environmental research at the University of Eastern Finland. The Research Council announced its decisions on 30 May.
The Research Council for Biosciences, Health and the Environment granted more than 5.2 million euros of funding to Academy Projects at the University of Eastern Finland.
Jukka Pumpanen, Biogenic Volatile Organic Compound Emissions from Northern Rivers (Consortium: RIVERVOC). 399,877 euros. Read more.
Reetta Kälviäinen, Biomarkers Based Stratification of Drug-resistant Epilepsy - Translating into Precision Medicine. 497,232 euros. Read more.
Isaac Oluwaseun Afara, Development and Clinical Validation of Near Infrared Spectroscopy for Diagnosis of Tissue Fibrosis (Spectro-Scan). 499,999 euros. Read more.
Arto Urtti, Melanin Binding-based Drug Technology for Targeted and Long-acting Ocular Therapeutics. 550,000 euros. Read more.
Riikka Martikainen, Mechanisms of Mitochondrial Cardiomyopathy. 496,369 euros. Read more.
Leena Latonen, Role and Targetability of RNA-binding Proteins in Prostate Cancer Drug Resistance. 520,345 euros. Read more.
Hani El-Nezamy, Delineation of Molecular Mechanisms Underlying the Anti-tumorigenic Effects of Dietary Polyphenol Schisandrin B on Colon Cancer. 550,000 euroa. Read more.
Juha Rouvinen, Tailored Peroxygenases in Processing of Hydrocarbon Materials (Consortium: SA-PO). 200,000 euros. Read more.
Kirsi Ketola, Orchestration of Cellular Plasticity, Resistance, and Cell Fate by SIX-EYA-PRC2 in Prostate Cancer. 525,041 euros. Read more.
Tuomas Aakkala, Borealization of the Finnish Subarctic (Consortium: BOREARC). 298,428 euros. Read more.
Alina Solomon, Healthy heAring for Healthy Ageing (Consortium: HAHA). 299,968 euros. Read more.
Olli Gröhn, Brain-wide Memory Consolidation in Sleep Studied with Simultaneous Electrophysiology and Ultra-quiet Zero-echo Time fMRI (Consortium: mecofMRI). 400,000 euros. Read more.
The researchers’ contact information can be found in UEF Connect.