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Jingyuan Fu has received a €2million ERC Grant for research on modulating the gut microbiome to improve drug efficacy

09 December 2020

Dr. Jingyuan Fu of the UMCG Genetics/Paediatrics departments has received an ERC Consolidator Grant of € 2 million from the EU. She will use this to investigate whether the effectiveness of medicines can be improved by making adjustments to the whole of micro-organisms in the gastrointestinal system (intestinal microbiome). Her research focuses mainly on commonly used medication that patients receive with cardiovascular diseases or with psychiatric disorders. Her research will take 5 years.

Read more: €2million ERC Grant for research on modulating the gut microbiome to improve drug efficacy (umcg.nl)

Last modified:09 December 2020 3.31 p.m.

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