scientific honors and grants

Honors and Grants of prof. Annette Schenck

Total amount of recruited funding for the laboratory: >6,400,000 Euro

Catalyst grant by United for Metabolic Diseases (UMD)

"“Characterizing the hidden metabolic dysregulation in Kleefstra syndrome models and patients” Co-applicants Loes Segerink and Kerensa Broersen (University of Twente) 2021 Own budget: 15 kEuro.

Twente University RadBoudumc Opportunities (TURBO) grant

"A Translational pipeline to better understand Blood-Brain Barrier defectsin Autism and beyond - from Drosophila to the BBB on-chip (TurBBBo)". Co-applicants Loes Segerink and Kerensa Broersen (University of Twente) 2021 Own budget: 40 kEuro.

Charge syndrome foundation research grant

"Towards understanding and treating sleep disturbances and other behavioral features in CHARGE syndrome."202144 kEuro

Aspasia Award for Women in Science by the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO)

202140 kEuro

Promoted to full professor

2020

NWO VICI grant

2020 - 2025NWO-ZonMw Innovational Research Incentives Scheme, personal award1500 kEuro

Elected member of the Academia Europaea

2020

Radboudumc Junior researcher position, Internal PhD grant

Co-applicant T. Kleefstra. 2017-2021 Own budget: 240 kEuro.

Radboudumc PI status and associated funds

2018-2020 225 kEuro

Australian Government National Health and Medical Research council

Associate Investigator to the Australian Cre Gold Consortium. “Transforming the Diagnosis and Management of Intellectual Disability through Genomics“. Coordinator: Dr. Tony Roscioli.2017-2020 Own budget: 100 kEuro

Radboudumc Junior researcher position, Internal PhD grant

2017-2021 240 kEuro.

EU Horizon 2020, Translational Research Projects on Rare Diseases, e-rare consortium PREPARE. “Preparing for therapies in autosomal recessive ataxias”

2016-2019 Own budget: 188 kEuro

EU Horizon 2020, European Trainings Network (ETN) consortium: "MiND: Mastering skills in the Training Network for ADHD and Autism Spectrum Disorder"

2015-2018 Own budget: 227 kEuro

Radboudumc Junior researcher position, Internal PhD grant

Co-applicant B. van de Warrenburg2015-2019 Own budget: 228 kEuro

RUMC Junior PI status and associated funds

2015-2017 165 kEuro

Project grant by the Jérome Lejeune Foundation

2014-2017 29 kEuro

NWO TOP grant

2013-2017Own budget : 266 kEuro

RUMC Junior PI status and associated funds

2012-2014 225 kEuro

Small grant scheme of the dutch brain foundation

2011 35 kEuro

Project grant NWO brain and cognition program

In collaboration with Dr. B. Franke2011-2015Own budget : 214 kEuro

Donders Institute grant for PhD position

Co-applicant Simon Fisher2011-2015228 kEuro

7FP large scale integrated network grant to partners of the “Gencodys” network

Coordinator: Dr. H. van Bokhoven2010-2015Own budget: 436 kEuro

Co-applicant, NCMLS grant for PhD position “Epigenetic control of viral defense in Drosophila” to Ronald van Rij

2010-2014

Aspasia Award for highly qualified Women in Science by the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO)

2009100 kEuro

Equipment grant by the Jérome Lejeune Foundation

2009 40 kEuro

RUMC Junior PI status and associated funds

2009-2011 225 kEuro

Grant by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research, to partners of the German Mental Retardation Network (MRNET; NGFN program)

2009-2011 Own budget: 151 kEuro

NWO VIDI

NWO-ZonMw Innovational Research Incentives Scheme, personal award2008-2014 600 kEuro

RUMC Internal Equipment grant

2007 25 kEuro

NCMLS research fellowship by the Nijmegen Centre for Molecular Life Science and the Radboud University Nijmegen

2007-2012720 kEuro

Honors and grants for other team members and co-workers, for activities in the lab

Total amount amount awarded to group members: 1,167,000 Euro

2019 CSC Phd fellowship to Jingyi Long

2019 Radboud Excellence fellowship to Kevin Lüthy

2014 RUMC PhD position to M Coll Tané “An interdisciplinary experimental approach to establish the role of circadian rhythm in CHARGE syndrome and Autism”.

2014-17 NWO VENI grant, awarded to postdoctoral researcher M van der Voet “Modelling ADHD in Drosophila: Novel approaches to understanding and treating Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder”.


2013 Isabelle Oberlé Award (“for an outstanding presentation in the field of mental retardation’/intellectual disability”) by the European Society of Human Genetics (ESHG conference 2013, Paris), awarded to M Willemsen for our interdisciplinary work on human and fly GATAD2B.

2012 Best Oral Presentation Prize by the Dutch Clinical Genetics Society (VKGN) to M. Willemsen, VKGN meeting, Amsterdam, awarded to M Willemsen for our interdisciplinary work on human and fly GATAD2B.

2012 RUMC PhD position to B Harich “Modelling neuropsychatric disorders in Drosophila: Novel approaches to understanding and treating Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder”.

2012 RUMC PhD position (0.75 fte) awarded to postdoctoral researcher JM Kramer “Epigenetic Regulation of transcriptional plasticity”.

2011 Best Oral Presentation Prize to JM Kramer at the 11th biannual Canadian Drosophila Conference, St. Catherines, Ontario

for presenting the work on EHMT & the epigenetic control of learning and memory.

2010 “Trainee Research Award in clinical genetics” by the American Society of Human Genetics, awared to C Zweier at the 59th ASHG Annual Meeting, Honolulu, Hawaii for our interdisciplinary work on human and fly Neurexins.

2010 C.W. Cotterman Award (“for outstanding contributions to the field of genetics”) by the American Journal of Human Genetics, awarded to C Zweier for our interdisciplinary work on human and fly Neurexins.