The Veni, Vidi and Vici grants together form the Innovational Research Incentives Scheme, a subsidised programme for talented, creative researchers who conduct innovative research. The Veni grant is for researchers who have just obtained their doctorate.
- Lonneke van den Berg, Radboud University
Growing up in uncertain times: the life course and well-being of young adults
- Shelena Keulemans, Radboud University
Psychological safety of frontline workers: towards better service delivery
- Loes Pouwels, Radboud University
How social are social media?
- Reinout van der Veer, Radboud University
International organizations: accountable and responsive?
- Marieke Woensdregt, Radboud University
What enables fast and flexible language use?
- Luca Buoninfante, Radboud University
Understanding Non-Locality in Quantum Gravity
- Sebastian Junges, Radboud University
Symbolic Probabilistic Model Checking with Massive Design Spaces (ProMiSe)
- Wytze Lenstra, Radboud University
Continental margin sediments as a source of bio-essential iron and manganese to high-latitude ocean waters
- Harrie Oosterhuis, Radboud University
Search Systems with a Bayesian Understanding of Their Users (BAYES-SEARCH)
- Caroline Andrade, Radboudumc
The role of mosquito saliva in malaria parasite transmission
- Rebecca Halbach, Radboudumc
The genome at the break of dawn - illuminating transcriptional control of zygotic genome activation in mosquitoes
- S.C.H. André, Radboud University
Fathers combining work and care
- dr. E.J. van Elsas, Radboud University
From common ground to battleground? Public perceptions of bias in impartial institutions
- dr. I.L. Lammertink, Radboud University
When language is not a given
- N.M. Stel, Radboud University
The power of inaction and ambivalence in transnational refugee governance: EU-actors and the contested return of Syrian refugees from Lebanon and Turkey
- J. van den Tol, Radboud University
Making the Dutch economic “Golden Age”
- Unravelling and quantifying the impacts of viruses on greenhouse gas emissions from soils
P. Dalcin Martins, Radboud University
- Cutting edge roots
M. Dop, Radboud University
- Back in fear: Neuronal footprint of fear relapse in the brain
K. Gulmez-Karaca, Radboudumc
- Dynamic changes in proteins during embryonic development
S. Stelloo (V), Radboud University
- Slow SPEED: Slowing Parkinson’s disease Early through Exercise Dosage
Dr. Sirwan Darweesh, Radboudumc
- ACCELERATE: ZebrAfish CanCer modEl Leading thE way towaRds treAtmenT dEvelopment for phaeochromocytomas and paragangliomas.
Dr. M.A. Dona, Radboudumc
- Still puzzling: The genetic complexity of psychiatric conditions
Dr. M. Klein, Radboudumc
- Respiratory mucosal immunity: gateway to advance the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of childhood respiratory infections
Dr. Lilly Verhagen, Radboudumc
- Jessie van Buggenum, Institute for Molecules and Materials
Cell signalling in a dynamic environment
- Kiki van der Heijden, Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour
Sound is all around, but where is it coming from?
- Alessia Platania, Institute for Mathematics, Astrophysics and Particle Physics
Quantum gravity signatures in the early universe
- Mandy Velthuis, Institute for Wetland and Water Research
CO2-storage in lakes
- Jeroen Dera, Institute for Culture & History
Uses of Literature in the Classroom: Legitimizing Literature in Upper-Secondary Education
- Wim Pouw, Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour
Social Resonance: How biomechanical constraints solve multimodal challenges in human
- Patricia Schor, Faculty of Philosophy, Theology and Religious Studies
Figures of Race in Dutch Modernity: Blacks, Jews and Muslims
- Lieke Stoffelsma, Centre for Language Studies
English reading comprehension of primary school children in Ghana, South Africa and Hong Kong
- Pascal Miesen, Institute for Molecular Life Science
RNA helicases - novel factors for virus transmission by mosquitoes
- Isabella Wagner, Radboudumc
The brain’s social grid
- Janita Bralten, Radboudumc
Time for a boost: metabolic potentiation of vaccines
- Jorge Domínguez Andrés, Radboudumc
Tijd voor een boost: metabole versterking van vaccins
- Elin Svensson, Radboudumc
Accelerating tuberculosis drug development
- Else Eising, Max Planck Instituut voor Psycholinguïstiek
Finding the genes that make you stutter
- Dr R.J.W. Arts, MD PhD, Radboudumc - Internal medicine
The role of new anti-inflammatory modulators in immunity
- Dr Chiara Beneduce, Center for the History of Philosophy and Science
The sense of touch: from anomaly to paradigm
- Dr M.H.J. van den Bosch, Radboudumc - Experimental Rheumatology
Inhibiting chronic inflammation at its foundation
- Dr Annegret Burtscher, Mathematics
Rough curvature in the universe
- Dr Pietro Delcorno, Historical Literary and Cultural Studies (HLCS)
Preaching as mass-communication in Late Medieval Europe
- Dr Antonio Duarte Pereira Junior, Institute for Mathematics, Astrophysics and Particle Physics: Spacetime under the microscope
- Dr Myrthe Faber, Radboudumc - Department of Cognitive Neuroscience
Drawn in or zoned out? Tracking the wandering mind during reading
- Dr Frans Folkvord, Communication Science
Vlogging for a healthier food intake
- Dr Surya Gayet, Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour
Finding objects in natural scenes
- Dr Iris Groen, Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour
Vision for action: neural representation of real-world scene affordances in the human brain
- Dr. J. Jansen, Radboud university medical center, Pathology and Pediatric Nephrology: Unraveling mechanisms for repair in failing kidneys
- Dr Fleur Jongepier, Faculty of Philosophy, Theology and Religious Studies
Do algorithms know better? First-person authority in the age of big data
- Dr Hanna Koch, Radboud University -Department of Microbiology
No microbe is an island – interaction networks of nitrogen cycling microorganisms
- Dr Maurits Meijers, Political Science
‘Credible’ or ‘capricious’? The reputational cost of party policy change
- Dr Jill Naaijen, Radboud university medical center
Autism, an imbalance in the brain?
- Dr Annie Yang, Radboud University - Medical Parasitology
The secret lives of parasites in the liver during a malaria infection
- Francesca Arici, Institute for Mathematics, Astrophysics and Particle Physics (IMAPP): Quantum spheres in mathematics
- Roseriet Beijers, Behavioural Science Institute (BSI)
Back to work after maternity leave: Consequences for infant development?
- Frans Bianchi, Radboud university medical center, department Tumor Immunologyhttps://www.ru.nl/english/people/nonnekes-j/
Cell surface proteins: an overlooked source of antigens
- Nadejda Blagorodnova, Department of Astrophysics:
Turbulent interactions between binary stars
- Shari Boodts, Medieval history:
The reception of Augustine in medieval sermon collections.
- Richard ten Broek, Radboud university medical center, Surgery:
A New View of Adhesions.
- Rob Compaijen, Ethics and moral philosophy:
Reflective equilibrium and practical wisdom.
- Matthias Ekman, Psychonomy and cognitive psychology:
“Can I see that again? ” Rewind and fast-forward in the visual system.
- Martine Hoogman, Radboud university medical center, Genetics:
Completing the picture on ADHD.
- Nikolina Ilic, Institute of Mathematics, Astrophysics and Particle Physics:
Are Leptoquarks the Ultimate Answer?
- Maartje van Kessel, Radboud University, Microbiology:
Novel nitrogen cycle bacteria for the production of drinking water.
- Brian Kiraly, Physics
Single Atom Memory.
- Floris Meens, European Cultural History:
Connected through Music. Domestic Music, Emotions and Social Relations in The Netherlands, ca. 1815-1914.
- Jorik Nonnekes, Radboud university medical center, department of rehabilitation:
Towards personalized rehabilitation: understanding compensation strategies for gait impairments in Parkinson’s disease.
- Eelke Spaak, Donders Institute:
Context, expectation, and conscious experience.
- Nienke de Vries-Farrouh, Radboud university medical center, Neurology:
Bringing Parkinson care back home