Major grants – University of Copenhagen

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Grants above DKK 500,000

  • 2015: Post doc. grant from the Danish Council for Independent Research | Culture and Communication for the project “The acquisition of body image - Exploring the psychological experience of the body in eating disorders”, DKK 1,702,214      (Hannah Katznelson)
  • 2013: Grant from the Danish Council for Independent Research | Culture and Communication for the project “Parent-infant relationship in psychosis: Exploring mechanisms of developmental risk and resilience”, DKK 4,370,798 (Susanne Harder)
  • 2013: PhD grant from the Copenhagen University Excellence Programme for Interdisciplinary Research, DKK 1,260,000 (Susanne Lunn)
  • 2009: Post doc. grant + Young Elite Researcher grant from the Danish Research Council for the Humanities Attachment for the project “Attachment and narrative processes in psychotherapy”, DKK 1,840,000 (Sarah Daniel)
  • 2003:  PhD grant from the Danish Research Council for the Humanities, DKK 1,260,000 (Sarah Daniel)
  • 2002: Grant from the Egmont Foundation for the project ”Attachment patterns in young women with bulimia nervosa: Development, treatment, and prevention”, DKK 1,000,000 (Susanne Lunn & Stig Poulsen)
  • 2001: Grant from the Danish Research Council for the Humanities for the project ”Attachment patterns in bulimia nervosa: Development and change”, DKK 2,138,000 (Susanne Lunn & Stig Poulsen)