DDEA Awards PhD Scholarships with DCA

We are excited to announce three new PhD scholarships awarded in partnership with Danish Cardiovascular Academy (DCA). These scholarships support interdisciplinary research to improve health outcomes for individuals with diabetes and classical endocrine disorders and cardiovascular disease.

Symposium on Clinical Metabolic Physiology 2024

Join us for an inspiring meeting where we will facilitate new ideas by sharing, promoting and discussing (new as well as old) technology and methodology in the field of clinical metabolic physiology.

DDEA-DZD Networking Event at the EASD Conference

DDEA will be present at the EASD Annual Meeting to highlight the research presented by scientists from Danish research institutions. Join us for a joint networking event and dinner with DZD for early-career researchers from Danish and German research institutions.

DDEA at Folkemødet 2024

Join us at the Danish People’s Meeting on Bornholm this June where our panellists discuss how researchers can communicate their work to the public at our Drawings, Dancing or Drama – Getting Science Out of the Ivory Tower event and discuss what role associations should play in disease prevention in the debate Kan foreningslivet give danskerne flere gode leveår?

Maternal-Fetal Interactions in Health and Disease: A DDEA-Cambridge Networking Event

Join us for a scientific networking event on maternal-fetal interactions in health and disease this September in Cambridge!

DDEA Grants 2024

In June, we will open our call for applications for PhD Scholarships, Postdoctoral Fellowships, Visiting Researcher Grants, Industrial Grants, and International Strategic Partnerships.

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DDEA Postdoc Summit 2024

This September, DDEA invites postdocs to Bornholm, Denmark for our annual Postdoc Summit.

Join us to strengthen the endocrinology research community through scientific and professional development at the postdoc level.

Registration deadline: 23 June 2024

DDEA Grant Recipients

In December 2023, we announced the second round of DDEA grant recipients. 10.5 million Danish kroner was allocated to 14 Danish and international early-career researchers and two visiting researchers.

The Danish Diabetes and Endocrine Academy's mission is to foster early-career research talent through education and talent development, networking and collaboration, and grants.

Tore Christiansen
Managing Director
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