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Dr. Crotti receives Marie Curie Individual Fellowship

17 February 2021

Dr. Michele Crotti, a FSE postdoctoral fellow in the Chemical and Pharmaceutical Biology department at the Groningen Research Institute of Pharmacy (GRIP), received a Marie Curie Individual Fellowship worth EUR 225,000 to fund his project ‘CycloproBio’. This prestigious fellowship will allow Dr. Crotti to work on the development of new biocatalysts at King’s College London (UK). The proposed research will contribute to the enlargement of the toolbox of useful enzymes for sustainable synthesis of important chemicals.

Last modified:17 February 2021 12.59 p.m.

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