12 November 2019

The Lundbeck Foundation Appoints Five New Fellows at the University of Copenhagen


Five researchers from the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences have been named Lundbeck Foundation Fellows. Each title is accompanied by a research grant of DKK 10 million over five years.

portraits of the five fellows at KU

The five new fellows from SUND. From the left: Cordelia Imig, Elisabeth Rexen The Wolf, Marco Donia, Thomas Qvistgaard Jepps, Tor Biering-Sørensen.

For the 13th time, the Lundbeck Foundation has awarded a number of fellowships to younger, well-established researchers within various fields.

The title is accompanied by DKK 10 million for research over a five-year period and with ten researchers, this year's field of fellows is the largest to date.

Half of the new fellows are affiliated with the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences at the University of Copenhagen. The remaining recipients come from other universities or hospitals in Denmark.

Read more about the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences’ five new Lundbeck Foundation Fellows and their research projects .