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Funding

Sources of funding

Grant from Innovation Fund Denmark:

The project is primarily funded by a DKK 19,1 million grant from the Programme Commission on Health, Food and Welfare under Innovation Fund Denmark (Formerly, the Danish Council for Strategic Research).

Co-funding:

  • Two PhD stipends at the Department of Public Health have been co-founded by Aarhus University.

Innovation Fund Denmark

Innovation Fund Denmark invests in the development of new knowledge and technology creating growth and employment in Denmark.

The Fund focuses on societal challenges, strengthens research and increases innovation commitment within private companies.

Read more about Innovation Fund Denmark.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Revised 02.09.2015