Prof. Dr. Carmen Ruiz de Almodovar
Prof. Dr. Carmen Ruiz de Almodóvar
Carmen Ruiz de Almodovar Wins ERC Consolidator Grant

 

Congratulations to SFB 1158 Project Leader, Professor Carmen Ruiz de Almodóvar, who has successfully obtained an ERC Consolidator Grant!

This is a highly endowed grant from the European Research Council (ERC) for excellent young researchers in Europe.

Over a period of five years, the ERC is providing funding of 2 million euros towards Professor Ruiz de Almodóvar’s research project, at the UMM (University of Heidelberg, Faculty of Medicine, Mannheim). She and her lab are investigating the molecular communication between the nervous system and the blood vessel system.

 

Press release from the UMM (University of Heidelberg, Faculty of Medicine, Mannheim) (only available in German):

Press release from the University of Heidelberg (only available in German):

 

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