Other news - Thursday, 26 May, 2011
The Hungarian Academy of Sciences announced the 16 winners of the 2011 Momentum Program on 25 May. The program mobilises excellent young scientists capable of creating their own school of thought in order to vitalise national and international scientific communities by establishing their own research groups.
In 2011, available funding for supporting the winners amounts to HUF 600 million annually. This sum allows for sixteen excellent researchers to establish their own independent research teams.
One of the sixteen winner researchers is Dr. Dóra Reglődi, anatomist. Working in the Institute of Anatomy at the UPMS, the researcher and her team focus on cell protection.
Congratulations on the award, wishing further successful work.