The European Commission has awarded a Marie Curie Fellowship to 9 researchers from the University of Amsterdam (UvA). The fellowship forms part of the Commission’s Horizon 2020 programme.
The Fellowship amounts to about 180,000 euros for each recipient and is awarded to promising and experienced researchers. A Marie Curie Fellowship is comprised of three fellowships: an Individual Fellowship and European Fellowship for researchers relocating to or within Europe, and the Global Fellowship for researchers from Europe who are relocating to an institution outside Europe.
Imran Akca-Avci (Academic Medical Center, AMC-UvA) - FOIPO: Functional Optical Imaging Probes for Otology
Eddie Brummelman (Research Institute of Child Development and Education) - UPR: Unconditional Parental Regard: Its Nature and its Consequences
Brummelman will conduct his research at Stanford University (US).
Simone Datzberger (Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research) - EDU-DEM: Democratization through Education? The Role of Education in Strengthening Civil Agency and Voice in Sub-Saharan Africa
Guglielmo Lockhart (Institute of Physics) - 6D STRINGS: Tensionless Strings of Six-Dimensional Superconformal Theories
Anna Menyhért (Amsterdam School for Heritage and Memory Studies) - TRAPRODIG: Trauma Studies in the Digital Age: The Impact of Social Media on Trauma Processing in Life Narratives and in Trauma Literature: the Case of Hungary
Annemarie Samuels (Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research) - AIDSsilences: The Power of Silence: a Medical Anthropological Approach to AIDS Care Narratives
Samuels will conduct her research at Harvard University (US).
Martine van Schouwenburg (Psychology Research Institute) - ORCA: Oscillatory Long-Range Coherence in Attention
Jakub Tomczak (Informatics Institute) - DeeBMED: Deep Learning and Bayesian Inference for Medical Imaging
Katrin Wiese (Swammerdam Institute for Life Sciences) - WntELECT: Wnt Enhancer Landscape Characterization