Matching funds

2017-2020

OPTIMAX- Optimising outcomes in psychotherapy for anxiety disorders
Swiss National Science Foundation; CHF 808'305
PI: Prof. Birgit Kleim

2017-2018

Habitual daily coffee intake to ensure optimal cognitive performance in the face of chronic sleep restriction?
Institute for Scientific Information on Coffee (ISIC); CHF 599'200
Leading House UZH; PI: Prof. Hans-Peter Landolt

2017-2020

Identifying and treating sleep problems and chronic nightmares in psychiatric inpatients
Swiss National Science Foundation; CHF 199'313

PI: Prof. Birgit Kleim und Thomas Mäder

2016-2019

The fundamental role of slow-wave sleep after brain injury
Swiss National Science Foundation; CHF 474'000

PI: Prof. Christian Baumann

2016-2018

Glutamatergic mechanisms in sleep-wake homeostasis - molecular brain imaging and pharmaco-genetics
Swiss National Science Foundation; CHF 429'000
PI: Prof. Hans-Peter Landolt

2016-2018

Sleep as a model to understand and manipulate cortical activity in order to promote neuroplasticity and functional recovery after stroke.  Link
Swiss National Science Foundation Sinergia Grant.
PI: Dr. Reto Huber, Co-applicants: Prof. Claudio Bassetti, Prof. Antoine Adamantidis,
Prof. Marcello Massimini.

2016-2019

Effects of suboptimal use of CPAP therapy on symptoms of obstructive sleep apnoea
Swiss National Science Foundation
PI: Prof. Malcolm Kohler

2016-2021

ERC Starting Grant "MemoSleep"; EUR 1'500'000
PI: Prof. Björn Rasch

2016-2018

Closed-loop stimulation during slow wave sleep
Hirn Stiftung; CHF 470'000
PIs: Prof. Christian Baumann, Prof. Reto Huber

2015-2018

Wirkung von LTE-Strahlung auf den Menschen
Swiss Federal Office for the Environment (BAFU); CHF 349'332
PIs: Prof. Hans-Peter Landolt, Prof. Peter Achermann, Prof. Reto Huber

2014-2017

Exploring diurnal changes in markers of cortical plasticity using multimodal imaging in healthy children and adolescents and in patients with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

Swiss National Science Foundation
PI: Dr. Reto Huber

2014 - 2016

Clocks, Sleep, and the Ageing Brain.
Velux Foundation  Link
Multicenter project Zürich, Montreal, Oxford.
Leading House Zurich, Prof. Steven A. Brown