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Call for Funding of Exploratory Research and Development Projects in all Scientific Domains - 2013

Biomedicine - Mechanisms of Disease

    Life and Health Sciences Evaluation Panel - 2013
  • Mario Clerici
  • Marco Racchi
  • Angel Raya
  • Stefan Imreh
  • James Douglas Armstrong
  • Rob Klose
  • Alison Lloyd
  • Eduardo Moreno
  • André Mouraux
  • Jean-Pierre Hornung
  • Michael George Stewart
  • Maria Grazia Spillantini
  • Thomas Hummel
  • Jan Borén
  • Paul Alexandre De Sousa
  • Charles Coombes
  • Colin Boreham
  • Walid El Ansari
  • Sharon Peacock
  • Phyo Myint
  • Stephen Paul Hilary Alexander
  • Caitriona ODriscoll
  • Stephen Hiscox
  • Raymond Lee
  • Fabio Virgili
  • Rainer Haas
  • Irene Petersen
  • Andreas Krueger
  • Francesca Chiodi
EXPL/BIM-MEC/0009/2013

Adenosine receptors: new pharmacological targets for Rett syndrome treatment. Maria José de Oliveira Diógenes Nogueira, Instituto de Medicina Molecular João lobo Antunes (IMM/FM/ULisboa). €50,000.

EXPL/BIM-MEC/0201/2013

Explorando novas abordagens terapêuticas para a Cardiomiopatia Hipertrófica. Sandra Cristina Bento Penisga Martins, Instituto de Medicina Molecular João lobo Antunes (IMM/FM/ULisboa). €49,500.

EXPL/BIM-MEC/1433/2013

RASRET - Role of the renin-angiotensin system in retinal diseases and its therapeutic potential. Gabriela Araújo da Silva, Universidade do Algarve (UAlg). €38,880.

EXPL/BIM-MEC/1451/2013

Dissecting the endoplasmic reticulum quality control - differential protein interactions as new therapeutic targets in Cystic Fibrosis. Carlos Miguel Ribeiro da Silva Farinha, Fundação da Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade de Lisboa, FP (FFC/FC/ULisboa). €49,560.

EXPL/BIM-MEC/2220/2013

Role of sirtuin 3 on mitochondrial function and deacetylation of mitochondrial targets: relevance for Huntington's disease. Tatiana Rosado Rosenstock, Centro de Neurociências e Biologia Celular (CNBC/UC). €50,000.