Germany FY 2015: Grants related to aging

This page presents statistics on scientific grants received by various organizations in Germany, fiscal year 2015.
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Statistics
Total Projects: 128
Funding Organizations: 4
Recipient Organizations: 63
Total Funding: $ 206,787,098
Chart Spending by categories
CategoryProjectsFunding, $
  Natural Sciences118$188,934,615
  Behavioral and Social Sciences9$15,236,454

List of Scientific grants and projects

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Top 10 Recipients Organizations

Recipients Organizations Projects Funding, $
Max-Planck-Gesellschaft Zur Förderung Der Wissenschaften Ev 23 $ 31,430,761
Ludwig Maximilian University 8 $ 12,225,360
Eberhard Karl University Of Tuebingen 5 $ 11,733,137
Rheinisch-Westfaelische Technische Hochschule Aachen 3 $ 11,053,144
European Molecular Biology Laboratory 6 $ 7,906,493
Medizinische Hochschule Hannover 2 $ 7,448,366
Universitaetsklinikum Wuerzburg - Klinikum Der Bayerischen Julius-Maximilians-Universitat 1 $ 6,120,835
Deutsches Krebsforschungszentrum 3 $ 6,000,169
Forschungsverbund Berlin E.V. 4 $ 5,907,511
Forschungszentrum Juelich Gmbh 2 $ 5,811,468
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Top 10 Donors Organizations

Funding Organizations Projects Funding, $
European Research Council 124 $ 205,886,254
NIH - National Eye Institute 2 $ 595,744
NIH - National Cancer Institute 1 $ 224,100
NIH - National Institute Of Allergy And Infectious Diseases 1 $ 81,000

Top 10 Investigators

Investigators Projects Funding, $
Peter Hiesinger 1 $ 389,550
Edward Pearce 1 $ 81,000
Erika Pearce 1 $ 224,100
Daniel Razansky 1 $ 206,194
Susanne Stoppel 1 $ 1,643,928
Gabriele Hamm 1 $ 185,674
Jillian Rowe 1 $ 178,166
Simone Ludwig 1 $ 289,273
Henrik Kaessmann 1 $ 2,198,495
Thomas Lemke 1 $ 289,273
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Statistic by Countries FY 2015

CountryProjectsFunding, $
  GERMANY 128$ 206,787,098