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Resultado Final Edital Faperj n.º 38/2014 RCUK – CONFAP RESEARCH PARTNERSHIPS CALL FOR PROJECTS

 

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Rio de Janeiro

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Solicitante no Reino Unido

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Reino Unido

Adriana Hemerly

UFRJ

Comparative genomic and physiological analysis of beneficial C4 plant-microbe symbiosis for biological nitrogen fixation, drought tolerance and sustainable agriculture

Kerrie Farrar

Aberystwyth University

Alessandro Garcia

PUC-Rio

A Software Infrastructure for Promoting Efficient Entomological Monitoring of Dengue Fever

Alexander Romanovksy

Newcastle University

Ana Paula Lima

UFRJ

Research and Training in Leishmaniasis, a Neglected Tropical Disease of Public Health Importance in Brazil

Jeremy Mottram

University of Glasgow

Andrea Thompson Da Poian

UFRJ

The dependency of HIV-1 and dengue virus infections on host metabolism as novel targets for antiviral therapy

Hendrik Huthoff

KCL

Claudio Mota

UFRJ

Waste CO2 and biomass based chemical synthesis for the green economy

Michael North

University of York

Daniel C Mograbi

PUC-Rio

Developing Dementia research infrastructure in Brazil

Robin G Morris

King’s College London

Denise Costa

IPJBRJ

Cryptogamic diversity, biology and conservation on South Atlantic Islands

Silvia Pressel

Natural History Museum, London

Elisa Cupolillo

FIOCRUZ

Leishmaniasis in the Brazilian Amazon: the role of accessory microbiota in disease progression, pathobiology and immunity

Chris Quince

University of Warwick

Floriano Paes Silva Junior

FIOCRUZ

Building research capacity for schistosomiasis drug discovery and development through highcontent imaging and structural molecular biology studies

Nicholas Furnham

London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

Gerardo Portela da
Ponte Junior

UFRJ

Provide Efficient Escape and Abandonment in "Poor Communities" (Slums) During Emergencies (Landslides, Floods, Fires, Gas Leaks, Radiation, etc.)

Sandy Day

University of
Strathclyde

Gilberto Kac

UFRJ

Maternal nutritional status, mental health and childhood health: a prospective cohort study in Rio de Janeiro

Lucilla Poston

King´s College London and King´s Health Partners

Gulnar Azevedo e Silva

UERJ

Developing tools to study inequalities in women’s access to breast and cervical cancer control activities in Brazil using health-related databases

Bianca De Stavola

London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

Haroldo Cavalcante de Lima

IPJBRJ

Dry forest biomes in Brazil: biodiversity and ecosystem services

Toby Pennington

Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh

Jorge Chami Batista

UFRJ

Developing an International Trade and Shipping Database and a Study on Port and Shipping Efficiency

Tristan Smith

University College London

Leila Lopes- Bezerra

UERJ

Stress responses and virulence in fungal pathogens endemic to Brazil

Janet Quinn

Newcastle University

Maria Cristina Vidal Pessolani

FIOCRUZ

Identification of host and pathogen glucose metabolism modulation during Mycobacterium leprae infection of human macrophages and Schwann cells

Johnjoe McFadden

University of Surrey

Maria Luiza Machado Campos

UFRJ

From Comparative genomics to Phylogenomics: uncovering the genomic complexity and evolutionary adaptations of twenty species of protozoa

Matt Clark

The Genome Analysis Centre (TGAC)

Marley Vellasco

PUC-Rio

Rio-UK+BigData – Modeling and Improving Rio de Janeiro State Economic Policies using Big Data Analytics Tools

Philip Treleaven

UCL

Olaf Malm

UFRJ

Sustainable and safe fisheries for Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: Movement patterns and pollutant accumulation by Corvina (Micropogonias furnieri)

Ian McCarthy

Bangor University

Renato Cotta

UFRJ

Integrating water cooled concentrated photovoltaics with waste heat reuse to address the challenges in energy, environment, food and water nexus

Stavroula Balabani

University College London

Roberto Bartholo

UFRJ

Food 2.0: Sustainable Food Futures – young people’s views from Rio and London

Dorothea Kleine

Royal Holloway, University of London

Rodolfo de Almeida Lima Castro

FIOCRUZ

Brazil-UK collaboration in Health Technology Assessment of diagnostic strategies for infectious diseases

Chris Hyde

University of Exeter Medical School

Roger Levy

UERJ

Pregnancy in Lupus: gestational, immunological and vascular risk factors and outcomes

Ian Bruce

University of Manchester

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