ERC – Results Starting grants 2019 call

The evaluation results of the 2019 Starting grant call have been announced by ERCEA. 408 applications are eligible for funding out of a total of 3106 applications submitted. Among the 408 Principle Investigators are 10 PIs affiliated with a Flemish host institution.

  • Katja Biedenkopf, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, ‘PolyCarbon - Polycentric Carbon Pricing Governance: Cooperation, Contestation and Connectivity’, SH2
  • Senne Braem, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, CoCoFlex - What makes us cognitively flexible? A new learning perspective’, SH4
  • Katrien De Graeve, Universiteit Gent, LiLI - Later Life Intimacy: Women’s Unruly Practices, Spaces and Representations’, SH3
  • Ilse De Looze, Universiteit Gent, ‘DustOrigin - The origin of cosmic dust in galaxies’, PE9
  • Sarah Lebeer, Universiteit Antwerpen, ‘Lacto-Be - Advancing Lactobacillus’ beneficial potential’, LS9
  • Elise Muir, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, ‘RESHUFFLE – Reshuffling  our understanding of fundamental rights law in Europe, SH2
  • Benson Ogunjimi, Universiteit Antwerpen, CELLULO-EPI - Celluloepidemiology: a novel paradigm for modeling T-cell responses on a population level’, LS7
  • Jeroen Puttevils, Universiteit Antwerpen, ‘Back2theFuture - Back to the Future: Future expectations and actions in late medieval and early modern Europe, c.1400 - c.1830’, SH6
  • Charlotte Scott, Vlaams Instituut voor Biotechnologie, ‘MyeFattyLiver - Unravelling the heterogeneity and functions of hepatic myeloid cells in Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease’, LS6
  • Laura Vandenbosch, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, ‘MIMIc - Malleability in mediated ideals: A paradigm to understand effects of contemporary media in adolescents’ well-being’, SH3

ERCEA press release