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Scandiatransplant Research grant

Invitation to apply for Scandiatransplant research grant 2021
Announcement letter with guidelines for application
Research grant application form

Research Grant Report Form

Granted in 2020:

  • Principal investigator: Per Brandström "Improved immunosuppressive drug adherence in adolescents by increasing selfmanagement of medication control". Supported with 90.000 DKK.
  • Principal investigator: Pernille Koefoed-Nielsen "Torque Teno virus as a biomarker for immunosuppression in heart transplanted patients". Supported with 89.000 DKK.
  • Principal investigator: Helena Genberg "ABO incompatible living donor kidney transplantations in pediatric patients, a collaborative study from the Nordic Paediatric Renal Transplantation Study Group (NPRTSG)". Supported with 285.000 DKK.
  • Principal investigator: Kristjan Karason "Heart transplantation in inflammatory cardiomyopathy knowledge acquisition (HATTRICK)". Supported with 75.000 DKK.

 

Granted in 2019:

Granted in 2018:

Granted in 2017:

Granted in 2016:

Granted in 2015:

Granted in 2014:

"Effect of exercise after heart transplantation – short term and long term."

Supported with 40.000 €. +Feedback of scientific progress

Granted in 2013:

"Liver Transplantation in cancer - a Nordic multicenter population based study."

Supported with 20.000 €. +Feedback of scientific progress

"Survival gap and premature death after liver transplantation - A Nordic population-based study."
    Supported with 20.000 €. +Report of the project

    Granted in 2012:

    "Analysis of the true incidence of post-transplant malignancies in renal transplant recipients. Initiation of a Nordic project on post-transplant malignancies".

    Supported with 20.000 €. +Feedback of scientific progress

    Granted in 2011:

    "The use of donor livers above 75 years in liver transplantation. A Nordic collaborative study".

    Supported with 20.000 €. +Report of the project