Research Infrastructure

Here you find information on research infrastructure grants approved by the Faculty of Medicine dating back from 2018.

The Council for Research Infrastructure handles the call and distribution of research infrastructure funding. The Strategic Board for Research (FoN) makes the decision on the allocation of infrastructure grants.

The Faculty of Medicine announces an annual funding call for proposals for research infrastructure.

Infrastructure grants

The list of research infrastructure grants approved by the Faculty of Medicine dating back from 2018 below.

2021

Refeyn One Mass photometer
Anders Hofer, Department of Medical Biochemistry and Biophysics, 400 000 SEK

Electric cell-substrate impedance sensing Ibidi –cell experiments using impedance and culture under flow
Ann-Marie Fors Connolly, Department of Clinical Microbiology, 400 000 SEK

The NorthPop infrastructure
Christina West, Department of Clinical Sciences, 600 000 SEK

Optimizing non-invasive imaging tools within the Small Animal Research Imaging Facility (SARIF)
Fahad Sultan, Department of Integrative Medical Biology, 1000 000 SEK.

Support for the establishment and initial steps of UHRF
Felipe Cava, Department of Molecular Biology, 340 000 SEK

Acquisition of cell sorter allowing for sorting BSL2-classified research material
Kristina Lejon, Department of Clinical Microbiology, 700 000 SEK

Force spectroscopy for biological and medical applications
Marta Bally, Department of Clinical Microbiology, 860 000 SEK

Washer/Dispenser for semi-automatization of ELISA, luminescence and flourescence assays
Mattias Forsell, Department of Clinical Microbiology, 200 000 SEK

The Protein Expertise Platform (PEP) Core Facility
Uwe Sauer, Department of Chemistry, 500 000 SEK

2020

Establishment of eHealth lab
Karin Wadell, Department of Community Medicine and Rehabilitation, 450 000 SEK

Flow@CliMi
Kristina Lejon, Department of Clinical Microbiology, 400 000 SEK

Incubator for IncuCyte-S3 live-cell imaging system and specific software analysis modules
Silvia Remeseiro, Umeå Center for Molecular Medicine, 150 000 SEK

J-1700 circular dichroism spectrometer
Nasim Sabouri, Department of Medical Biochemistry and Biophysics, 500 000 SEK

Northpop
Magnus Domellöf, Department of Clinical Sciences, 450 000 SEK

Real-time cytometer and multimode plate reader Spark Cyto
Andrea Puhar, Department of Molecular Biology, 350 000 SEK

Small animal research imaging facility (SARIF)
Fahad Sultan, Department of Integrative Medical Biology, 400 000 SEK

The 8th MONICA survey
Stefan Söderberg, Department of Public Health and Clinical Medicine, 1 200 000 SEK

The Protein Expertise Platform (PEP)
Uwe Sauer, Department of Chemistry, 400 000 SEK

Upgrading the small-animal ultrasound imaging platform at Umeå Centre for Comparative Biology (UCCB)
Daniel Öhlund, Department of Radiation Sciences, 700 000 SEK

2019

Thunder - microscope
Thomas Boren, Department of Medical Biochemistry and Biophysics, 500 KSEK

The flow cytometry platform
Anders Sjöstedt, Department of Clinical Microbiology, 1100 KSEK

Modular Raman spectromometer /microscope
Malin Sund, Department of Surgical and Perioperative Sciences, 600 KSEK

The Northpop infrastructure
Christina West, Department of Clinical Sciences, 700 KSEK

Phase 2 in developing the research area technical method development in ultrasound imaging at Umeå University and Umeå University Hospital
Christer Grönlund, Department of Radiation Sciences, 700 KSEK

Ultracentrifuge for Molecular Biology Centre
Simon Tuck, UCMM, Umeå Centre for Molecular Medicine 471 KSEK

State-of-the-art CCD imager for capturing digital images of DNA and protein gels and blots with enhanced sensitivity and multiplex functionality
Barbara Sixt, Department of Molecular Biology, 150 KSEK

Non-invasive imaging of the nervous system in health and disease using animal models of motor learning, normal aging and neurodegenerative/psychiatric diseases
Fahad Sultan, Department of Integrative Medical Biology, 488 KSEK

2018

The research portal – an infrastructure bridge between UmU and Västerbotten County Council that enables easier access, more secure usage and more research collaborations on registry data
Clas Ahlm, Department of Clinical Microbiology, 740 KSEK

Improvement of the common Flow cytometry platform at the Faculty of Medicine
Kristina Lejon, Department of Clinical Microbiology, 150 KSEK

Cryo-correlative light and electron microscopy/Cryo-CLEM
Linda Sandblad, Department of Molecular Biology, 780 KSEK

Introducing a novel model system for translational research by establishing an organoid culturing platform at Umeå University
Daniel Öhlund, Department of Radiation Sciences, 100 KSEK

A "white light" TIRF microscope for single particle tracking experiments
Marta Bally, Department of Clinical Microbiology, 600 KSEK

State of the art scanning confocal microscope and Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging Microscope (FLIM) for analysis of molecular interactions in living cells
Jenny Persson/Yaowen Wu, Department of Molecular Biology, Faculty of Medicine/Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science and Technology, 855 KSEK

The Software and Hardware for advanced image analyses and display
Ulf Ahlgren, Umeå Centre for Molecular Medicine, 340 KSEK

NorthPop – a new infrastructure
Magnus Domellöf, Department of Clinical Sciences, 600 KSEK

A work station enabling research under defined oxygen tensions
Jonathan Gilthorpe, Department of Pharmacology and Clinical Neurocience, 400 KSEK

eHealth Lab
Karin Wadell, Department of Community Medicine and Rehabilitation, 350 KSEK

Upgrade of server and computer equipment at the Biobank Research Unit
Ingvar Bergdahl, The Biobank Research Unit, 85 KSEK

 

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Contact

Richard Lundmark, responsible for research infrastructure

Lena Åminne
11/11/2021