Forskningsanslag 2013

Titel: Interstitial GABA regulates alpha, beta and delta cells in human islets
Namn: Bryndis Birnir
Institution: Uppsala University
Summa: 2 000 000 SEK (2014-2015)

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Titel: Mechanisms for and consequences of ectopic lipid accumulation
Namn: Jan Boren
Institution: University of Gothenburg
Summa: 2 000 000 SEK (2014-2015)

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Titel: A systematic exploration of proteins for future site-targeted delivery of therapeutics to the native human islets
Namn: Leif Jansson
Institution: Uppsala University
Summa: 1 320 000 SEK (2014-2015)

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Titel: Rediscovery of the etiology of T1D in humans
Namn: Olle Korsgren
Institution: Uppsala University
Summa: 660 000 SEK (2014)

Titel: Molecular mechanisms and treatment strategies of T2DM
Namn: Margit Mahlapuu
Institution: University of Gothenburg
Summa: 400 000 SEK (2014)

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Titel: Characterisation of VEGF-B as a regulator of pancreatic B-cell lipid handing and function
Namn: Daniel Nyqvist
Institution: Karolinska Institutet
Summa: 300 000 SEK (2014)

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Titel: Study of the neuroimmune synapse in the islet of Langerhans
Namn: Rayner Rodriguez-Diaz
Institution: Rolf Luft Centre for Diabetes Research
Summa: 1 013 500 SEK (2014-2015)

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Titel: Farnesoid X receptor isoforms and their roles in liver energy metabolism
Namn: Jorge Lira Ruas
Institution: Karolinska Institutet
Summa: 1 200 000 SEK (2014-2015)

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Titel: Normalizing risk of death and cardiovascular diseases in type 1 diabetes
Namn: Annika Rosengren
Institution: Sahlgrenska University Hospital
Summa: 
431 000 SEK (2014)

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Titel: Insulin suppresses counterregulatory glucagon secretion by an indirect effect mediated by stimulation of somatostatin secretion from delta cells
Namn: Albert Salehi
Institution: University of Lund
Summa: 1 320 000 SEK (2014-2015)

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Titel: Funding of this grant will help Spring Point Project achieve its mission to provide an unlimited source of pig islet cells to accelerate the availability and affordability of islet transplantation to cure diabetes.  This islet cell production is to be performed in parallel with the Schulze Diabetes Institute’s basic research.
Namn: The Spring Point Project i samarbete med Dr Bernard Hering
Institution: University of Minnesota, Diabetes Institute for Immunology and Transplantation
Summa: 1 200 000 SEK (2014-2015)

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