Alumni Spotlight: European Research Council Grants
Alumni Spotlight presents outstanding research achievements and special awards received by members of the Alumni Club and the Medical University of Vienna. This time the spotlight is on research projects awarded with a European Research Council (ERC) grant.
Two recently awarded researchers present their projects, followed by a talk with grant holders, who find themselves in the middle of their projects. They will speak about the impact on researchers’ careers and the importance of international networks and how to obtain a grant.
Igor Adameyko, developmental biologist at MedUni Vienna's Center for Brain Research obtained a Synergy Grant for “KILL-OR-DIFFERENTIATE” (2020-2026). He studies the communication between cells in order to discover new approaches in the fight against cancer.
Oskar Aszmann, Head of the Clinical Laboratory for Restoration of Limb Function at MedUni Vienna, is internationally recognized for innovation in surgical procedures of nerve and bionic reconstruction. His project “NaturalBionicS” received a Synergy Grant (2019-2025).
Eva Schernhammer, Head of the Division of Epidemiology at MedUni Vienna's Center for Public Health, has been awarded a prestigious EUR 2.5 million "Advanced Grant" from the European Research Council in 2022
Dimitrios Tsiantoulas from the Department of Laboratory Medicine of the Medical University of Vienna has recently been awarded a “Starting Grant” from the European Research Council (ERC) with funding worth EUR 1.5 million.
Welcome and Introduction
Harald Sitte, president MedUni Vienna Alumni Club
Dimitrios Tsiantoulas, “The B-MIracle” – ERC Starting Grant
Eva Schernhammer, “CLOCKrisk” – ERC Advanced Grant
Igor Adameyko, “KILL-OR-DIFFERENTIATE” – ERC Synergy Grant
Oskar Aszmann, “NaturalBionicS” - ERC Synergy Grant
Sylvia Knapp, moderator
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