Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research (SSF) has granted seven Swedish researchers support within their call “Big Data and Computational Science”. Four of these are active at SciLifeLab and are granted a total of SEK 123 million:
Sven Nelander gets SEK 33 milllion for his project “Integrative precision medicine: local data, global context”
Nicola Crosetto gets SEK 33 milllion for his project “Integrated VISualization of Intra-Tumor Heterogeneity”
Carolina Wählby gets SEK 29 milllion for her project “Hierarchical Analysis of Temporal and Spatial Image Data”
Jens Lagergren gets SEK 28 milllion for his project “Large Scale Machine learning for the Single Cell Revolution”
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