Ten researchers from Linköping University have received more than 24 million Swedish kronor from this year’s allocation of funds from the Swedish Cancer Society.
A further eight researchers at BKV were granted research funds. Stig Linder has received 3.75 million kronor and Claudio Cantú has received 3 million kronor. Both Linda Bojmar and Jan-Ingvar Jönsson have received 2.4 million kronor each. Jörg Cammenga, Franscisca Lottersberger and Anders Rosén have been granted funds amounting to 1.6 million kronor, and Xiaofeng Sun has received 1.2 million kronor. Daniel Aili from the Department of Physics, Chemistry and Biology (IFM) has received 1.6 million kronor in research funds.
This year’s allocation of funds is the largest ever to have come from the Swedish Cancer Society. In total, the charity has allocated 850 million kronor to Swedish cancer research this year. The Swedish Cancer Society is an independent charity with research funds financed by individuals and companies.