Clinical eye care needs researchers in the short and long term

Our senses become less acute with age, and most of us will find that our eyesight is impaired to some degree. We become long-sighted, night-blind, develop cataracts or glaucoma. VELUX FONDEN is actively committed to sustaining research in ophthalmology in Denmark.

In 2019 VELUX FONDEN is planning to support ophtalmology with DKK 13m

Prority area

We support promising high-quality research and projects that seek to address existing issues and have supported this area for many years. The foundation particularly invites researchers and practitioners who work closely together to carry out and publicise research and practise-based results for the benefit of patients, the healthcare sector and decisionmakers.

The aim of the scholarships is to give medical students the opportunity to try out research while still in medical school.

The foundation is always interested in applications regarding major national and multidisciplinary projects.

Contact us if you have an for an idea for a project based in a ophthalmology department. The next deadline for our Large-scale-call is 11 May 2021.

Scholarship for junior ophthalmology researchers

Deadline: 13 April 2021 at 1 PM

Supported projects:

Through the years, VELUX FONDEN has made grants to a broad range of ophthalmology projects, including basic lab research, epidemiological studies and clinical studies.

Medical students try out their aptitude for basic research

Multi-centre projects to advance Danish ophtalmology

 
Contact us
Lise Bonnevie
Senior Adviser, Head of programme, VELUX FONDEN
Phone: 
+45 23 81 56 54
Cille Melin Gundertofte
Student Assistant, VELUX FONDEN
Phone: 
+45 29 66 68 46