Matching funds


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


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


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


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

PI: Prof. Christian Baumann


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


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.


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


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


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


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


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