Durch verschiedene Fonds und Programme fördert die SAMW, meist in Zusammenarbeit mit privaten Stiftungen, wissenschaftlichen Nachwuchs und Forschung in bestimmten Bereichen. Wenn nicht durch ein Legat vorgegeben, sind es Forschungsfelder, die für die Entwicklungen der Medizin und des Gesundheitswesens in der Schweiz wichtig, aber noch wenig etabliert sind.

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Sarah Adamo, Zürich

Re-establishment of tolerance through selective expansion of T regulatory cells

CHF 180’000.–
Alain Amstutz, Basel

Supporting Lesotho on the way towards the UNAIDS 90-90-90 targets: Operational and clinical research addressing HIV/AIDS care in resource-limited settings

CHF 180’000.–
Walid Bouthour, Genève

Electrophysiological characterization of neuronal dysfunctions underlying neuropsychiatric symptoms in Parkinson's disease

CHF 180’000.–
Ivan Bozik, Bern

The coordinating influence of thalamic nucleus reuniens on sleep oscillations in cortical and hippocampal structures – relevance to memory consolidation and sleep structure

CHF 180’000.–
Raphael Buzzi, Zürich

Role of a heme-activated Nrf2 and Hmox1 signaling-loop in inflammatory macrophage polarization

CHF 180’000.–
Lukas Frick, Zürich

The role of Kupffer cell polarization and GPR120 agonism in mediating the beneficial effects of fish oil and exercise in fatty liver

CHF 180’000.–
Christopher Manfredi Carta, Zürich

Anti-Pyroglutamylated Amyloid β-Antibodies - A Potential Therapy for Alzheimer's Disease

CHF 180’000.–
Hanna Marti, Zürich

Understanding the transmission mechanism of the tetracycline resistance gene C (tetC) in Chlamydia suis

CHF 180’000.–
Jonas Benedikt Meyer, Basel

Immunodeficiency associated with a mutation in a multi zinc finger protein

CHF 120’000.–
Milica Popovic, Basel

The role of Interleukin-1 in the pathophysiology of the polycystic ovary syndrome

CHF 180’000.–
Kristina Seiler, Bern

Glycolytic metabolism and autophagy in AML - considerations for AML biology and therapy

CHF 180’000.–

Nachwuchs in klinischer Forschung | Young Talents in Clinical Research

Luise Adam, Bern

Appropriateness of Statin use in multimorbid, elderly patients – a cross sectional cohort study nested in a multicentre randomized trial

CHF 74’420.–
Philipp Baumgartner, Zürich

Anticipating intracranial hypertension before it can harm: Optic nerve sonography to monitor intracranial pressure after stroke

CHF 48’336.–
Dr. Jasper Boeddinghaus, Basel

APACE late

CHF 75’000.–
Alessandra Marielle Solveig Bosch, Zürich

miRNAs in Sickle Cell Disease

CHF 39’016.–
Dr. Davide Marco Croci, Basel

Virtual Reality (Oculus Rift) for vascular and minimally invasive skull base surgery

CHF 46’116.–
Dr. Fahim Ebrahimi, Basel

Effects of IL-1 Beta on the hypothalamic-pituitary-gonadal (HPG) axis in men with obesity and metabolic syndrome – The TestIL

CHF 75’000.–
Dr. Guido Ghilardi, Lugano

Molecular Prediction of Long Term Benefit from Ibrutinib in High Risk Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia

CHF 75’000.–
Dr. Kerstin Jost, Chur und Basel

NEO (Neonatal Esophageal Observation) Tube – a feeding tube with monitoring function.

CHF 57’093.–
Dr. Johannes Kaesmacher, Bern

Thrombus migration, and preinterventional recanalization during ischemic stroke due to large vessel occlusion: Predisposing factors, impact on subsequent endovascular stroke therapy and clinical relevance

CHF 74’000.–
Gintaras Mickeliunas, Basel

Optical Coherence Tomography as a Marker of Cognitive Impairment in Multiple Sclerosis

CHF 75’000.–
Dr. Martin Müller, Bern

Development and validation of a scoring system of medical resource consumption and performance in emergency medicine

CHF 75’000.–
Dr. Stéphanie Perrodin, Bern

Impact of core muscle training on incisional hernia and pain after abdominal surgery

CHF 47’700.–
Dr. Alexandros Polymeris, Basel

Electronic monitoring and improvement of adherence to direct oral anticoagulant treatment – an interventional study in ischaemic stroke patients under polypharmacy

CHF 47’364.–
Philip Thwaites, Zürich

Outcome of very preterm infants after periventricular haemorrhagic infarction (OPTION Study)

CHF 40’040.–
Dr. Maria Waizel, Basel

Retinal vessel oxygen saturation and optical coherence tomography angiography in patients with inherited retinal diseases

CHF 75’000.–
Joan Walter, Basel

A biomarker-based approach to patients suspected with coronary artery disease: Improving the current risk-stratification

CHF 72’600.–

Förderprogramm «Forschung in Palliative Care»

Dr. Mathieu Bernard, Lausanne

Impact of a gratitude-based intervention on patients and caregivers in a palliative care context: a pilot study

CHF 120’000.–
Dr. Philippe Carruzzo, Lausanne

How do people at the end of life achieve and maintain existential wellbeing?

CHF 44’330.–
Dr. Nathalie Dieudonné-Rahm, Genève

Intranasal Dexmedetomidine for procedural pain management in elderly adults in palliative care

CHF 25’000.–
Dr. Sandra Eckstein, Basel

A Personalized Approach to Foster Dignity by a Palliative Consultation Service in Swiss Acute Hospital Care: A Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial

CHF 50'000.–
Prof. André Fringer, St. Gallen

Activity of Daily Living Support in End of Life care: The impact of the education-based intervention program “AdKinPal” for palliative care nurses

CHF 127’378.–
Prof. André Fringer, St. Gallen

Development of an educational program for relatives of patients with refractory cachexia: An explorative sequential mixed methods study with a focus on alleviation of challenges concerning nutrition, weight and quality of life

CHF 70'000.–
Prof. Andrea Koppitz, Winterthur

Does the POS-DemA improve dementia care in Swiss nursing homes?

CHF 120’000.–
Andrea Loizeau, Zürich

Interventions to Improve Palliative Care in Advanced Dementia

CHF 47’836.–
Prof. Pascal Singy, Lausanne

Compétence/sensibilité transculturelle dans la communication clinique en soins palliatifs spécialisés

CHF 88’171.–
PD Dr. Florian Strasser, St. Gallen

Patient-needs-based multi-professional delivery of Palliative Interventions by oncologists’ and oncology nurses: a randomized Phase II trial

CHF 80'000.–
Dr. Tenzin Wangmo, Basel

Palliative care at home: A multiperspective study on the complex needs of ALS family caregivers

CHF 100’000.–
Dr. Karin Zimmermann, Basel

Specialised Paediatric PAlliativE CaRe: Assessing family, healthcare professionals and health system outcomes in a multi-site context of various care settings (SPhAERA)

CHF 50'000.–


Im Jahr 2017 gab es keine Ausschreibungen aus dem Bing-Ott-Fonds (alle 2 bzw. 5 Jahre).


Im Jahr 2017 gab es keine Zusprachen aus dem Helmut-Hartweg-Fonds (ungenügende Erträge).

Käthe-Zingg-Schwichtenberg-Fonds (KZS-Fonds)

Dr. Céline Bourquin Sachse, Lausanne

How internet-informed patients transform the role of physicians, the clinical encounter, and the practice of medicine

CHF 75’210.–
Prof. Julia Dratva, Zürich

Digitale Elternratgeber – Nutzung und Einfluss auf die Arzt-Eltern-Interaktion in der pädiatrischen Vorsorge

CHF 57’774.–
Marcello Ienca, Basel

Digitalizing Elderly Care in Switzerland: Opportunities and Challenges

CHF 60'000.–
Dr. Stuart McLennan, Basel

Research on medical practices in the context of usual care: impact on the patient-physician relationship

CHF 73'325.–

Scientific Events

Carole Baumann, Basel

SMSC | Swiss Medical Students Convention 2017, «Forensik & Rechtsmedizin», Basel

CHF 2'500.–
Prof. Matthias Baumgartner, Zürich

Rare Diseases Summer School 2017, Zürich

CHF 3'500.–
Prof. Pierre-Alain Charmillot, Delémont

Journée scientifique «De la recherche à la formation: opérationnalisation et innovation pédagogique en soins palliatifs», Delémont

CHF 1'000.–
Jacqueline de Sà, Bern

Disseminationskolloquium «Patienteneinbindung in Referenzzentren», Bern

CHF 2'000.–
Prof. Bernice Elger, Basel

Tagung «Pflegende Angehörige in der Palliative Care am Beispiel von ALS», Basel

CHF 2'000.–
Prof. André Fringer, St. Gallen

9. internationaler wissenschaftlicher Kongress für Pflege- und Gesundheitsforschung, St. Gallen

CHF 3'000.–
Nicola Gringoli, Bellinzona

3ème Congrès de la Fondazione Sasso Corbaro per l’etica clinica e le Medical Humanities, «Prendre soin des soignants: Modèles et pratiques cliniques», Bellinzona

CHF 2'000.–
Prof. Michèle Grossen, Lausanne

Colloque scientifique «Knowledge translation and self-management in chronic diseases: Contexts, tools and practices», Lausanne

CHF 3'000.–
Stephan Hüsler, Lausanne

Vortragsprogramm Generalversammlung Retina Suisse 2017 «Entwicklung von Therapien für seltene Netzhautdystrophien», Fribourg

CHF 2'000.–
Irene Kobler, Zürich

Symposium «Mehr Patientensicherheit durch Design: Systemische Lösungen fürs Spital», Zürich

CHF 3'700.–
Prof. Valerio Mante, Zürich

Annual Meeting of the Swiss Society for Neuroscience 2018, Zürich

CHF 3'000.–
Sandra Nocera, Basel

SSPH+ ScienceFlashTalk, Lugano

CHF 2'000.–
Dr. Paul Martin Putora, St. Gallen

Interdisziplinäres Treffen «Strahlentherapie Informatik», St. Gallen

CHF 1'400.–
Prof. Freddy Radtke, Lausanne

13th annual Swiss Stem Cell Network Meeting (SSCN) 2017, Lausanne

CHF 3'000.–
Beatrice Rucci, Lausanne

M-DAY: présentation des travaux de master des étudiants en médecine de l'Université de Lausanne

CHF 2'000.–
Frederike Schulze, Basel

National MD-PhD Conference, General Assembly of the Swiss MD-PhD Association 2017, joined with the European MD-PhD Conference, Basel

CHF 4'000.–
Désirée Stalder, Bern

Expert Roundtable «Education and Training of Health Sciences Librarians», Bern

CHF 4'000.–
Nina Streeck, Zürich

Dokumentarfilmreihe mit Diskussion «Sterben Live – Film und Lebensende», Zürich

CHF 4'000.–
Barbara Züst, Zürich

Vortrag an der Senioren-Universität: «Mein Umgang mit Gesundheit und Krankheit – Wie orientiere ich mich über die medizinischen Möglichkeiten», Zürich

CHF 1'000.–

Swiss Personalized Health Network

Im Auftrag des Bundes leitet die SAMW die Umsetzung der Initiative «Swiss Personalized Health Network» (SPHN). Das SPHN trägt zur Entwicklung, Implementierung und Validierung einer koordinierten Dateninfrastruktur bei, um gesundheitsrelevante Daten schweizweit für die Forschung interoperabel und gemeinsam nutzbar zu machen.

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Infrastructure Development Projects

E-General-Consent: Development and Implementation of a Nationwide Harmonized Interactive Electronic General Consent

Prof. Christiane Pauli-Magnus, Basel

CHF 400’000.–
Development of a governance and quality management system for exchange of patient related data for research purposes

Dr. Joerg Willers, Basel

CHF 290’000.–
C3-STuDY: Citizen Centered Consent: Shared, Transparent and Dynamic

Prof. Christian Lovis, Genève

CHF 280’000.–
DeID: De-identification of clinical narrative data in French, German and Italian

Prof. Christian Lovis, Genève

CHF 100’000.–
Harmonising the collection of health-related data and biospecimens in paediatric hospitals throughout Switzerland

Prof. Claudia Kuehni, Bern

CHF 400’000.–
LOINC for Swiss Laboratories (L4CHLAB)

Prof. Christian Lovis, Genève

CHF 200’000.-
Swiss Variant Interpretation Platform for Oncology (SVIP-O)

Dr. Daniel Stekhoven, Zürich

CHF 400’000.–
NLP-powered mapping of clinical reports onto SNOMED-CT concepts for tumour classification (NLPforTC)

Dr. Thomas Fabbro, Basel

CHF 400’000.–

Driver Projects

Swiss Frailty Network and Repository (SFNR)

Prof. Heike Bischoff-Ferrari, Zürich

CHF 1.785 Mio.
Population-wide screens of the human immune repertoire

Prof. Adriano Aguzzi, Zürich

CHF 1.785 Mio.
Swiss Molecular Pathology Breakthrough Platform (SOCIBP)

Prof. Mark Rubin, Bern

CHF 2.3 Mio.*
Swiss Personalized Oncology (SPO)

Prof. Olivier Michiélin, Lausanne
Prof. Mohamed Bentires-Alj, Basel

CHF 2.3 Mio.
CHF 1.275 Mio.
Identification of biomarkers and therapeutic targets in inflammatory disease immunotherapy by high-dimensional single cell analysis and cluster proteomics

Prof. Manfred Claassen, Zürich

CHF 1.445 Mio.*
Personalized Swiss Sepsis Study (PSSS)

PD Dr. Adrian Egli, Basel

CHF 2.3 Mio.*

* Gemeinsame Förderung durch SPHN und PHRT (ETH Bereich). Die aufgeführten Zahlen betreffen nur die SPHN-Beiträge.


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