Neuroscience campus Amsterdam, VU University/Vu University Medical Center, Postdoc funds for gene expression of alcohol and smoking addiction. Period: 2/2010-1/2012. Total amount: €60,000. Role PI.
Neuroscience campus Amsterdam, VU University/VU University Medical Center, Biomarker funds for inflammation. Period 10/2009-9/2011. Total amount: €40,000. Role: PI
Neuroscience campus Amsterdam, VU University/VU University Medical Center, Biomarker funds for cotinine. Period 10/2009-9/2011. Total amount: €12,000. Role: PI.
National Institute of Mental Health, National Institutes of Health. MH089951-01. Project title: Integration of genomics and transcriptomics in normal twins and major depression. PI: Sullivan. Period 10/2009-9/2011. Total amount $6,5 million. Role: Co-PI
Center for Medical Systems Biology (CMSB2): Multifactorial Diseases: Common Determinants, Unifying Technologies (PI: van Ommen) NWO Genomics: €0.52 million; 2008 – 2012. Role: Co-PI on depression section of CMSB2.
National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH, RFA-MH-08-120). Project title: Psychiatric Genetic Consortium. Period: 09/2008-09/2010. $77,760. Role: PI
National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), subcontract to 1R01MH081802 (PI Sullivan, University of North Carolina). Project title: Major Depression: Stage 1 genomewide association in Population-based Samples. Period: 09/2007-09/2008. $34,048. Role: Co-PI.
Stichting steun VCVGZ. De Nederlandse Studie naar Depressie bij Ouderen (NESDO). PI: Comijs. Period: 2007-9. €80,000. Co-I.
Addiction grant, ZonMW, The Netherlands. Project title: Development of alcohol use disorders: the role of clinical, psychological, environmental, genetic and neurophysiological factors. Period: 4/2008-3/2013. € 700,000. Role: PI
European Network of Genetic And Genomic Epidemiology (ENGAGE), funded through the European Community’s Seventh Framework Program (FP7-2007/2013), HEALTH-F4-2007-201413. Period:11/2007-10/2010. $150,000. Role Co-I.
Foundation of the National Institutes of Health, subcontract to Sulliv06GAIN0 (PI Sullivan Univerisity of North Carolina), Project title: Gain study Major Depression: Stage 1 genomewide association in Population-based Samples. Period: 1/2007-12/2007. $28,810. Role: PI
GAIN grant, foundation for National Institute of Health (fNIH), USA. Project title: Major Depression: Stage 1 Genomewide Association in Population-Based Samples.Period: 10/2007-10/2009. 4000 genome wide association scans worth ~2 million USD. Role: co-PI (PI: Patrick Sullivan, UNC, Chapel Hill, NC).
Stichting steun VCVGC. Pilot studie voor implementatie van Cognitive behavioural analysis system of psychotherapy (CBASP) voor chronische depressies’. PI: Van Oppen. Period: 2006-8. € 45,000. Role: Co-I.
ZonMW, program mental health (care project). Project title: The effectiveness of CBASP for chronic depression. PI: van Oppen. Period: 7/2006-6/2009. €200,000. Role: Co-I.
Netherlands Heart Foundation. Project title: Which pathways determine cardiovascular problems for patients with affective disorders? Extension of the Netherlands Study of Depression and Anxiety. PI: van Hout. Period:10/2006-9/2009. €170,000. Role: Co-I.
OOG grant, Geestkracht program, ZonMW, The Netherlands. Project title: HPA-axis dysfunction in patients with affective disorders: To whom does it concern? Candidate: Berend Verhoeff. Period: 1/2006 - 30/2011. Total amount: 115.000 Euro. Role: PI
VIDI grant, ZonMW, the Netherlands. Project title: The pathophysiology of depression and anxiety disorders: an epidemiological examination of the roles of the HPA-axis and the autonomic nervous system. Period: 1/2006 - 31/2010. Total amount: 600.000 Euro. Role: PI
ZonMW, program mental health (Geestkracht program). Project title: Netherlands Study of Depression and Anxiety (NESDA). Period: 12/2003 - 11/2012. €4,300,000. Role: PI
ZonMW, programma doelmatigheid. Development of organizational interventions to improve compliance with guidelines on depression and anxiety in primary care. PI: Verhaak. Period 5/06– 4/09. €250,000. Role: Co-I.
ZonMW, program addiction. Project title: Comorbidity of Addiction and Depression/Anxiety. PI: Beekman. Period: 12/03-12/07. €150,000. Role: Co-I.
National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute - Institutes of Health. 1R01 HL972972. Project title: The epidemiology of stress and the metabolic syndrome. Period: 09/2003 - 08/2007. $1,027,445. Role: PI.
National Institutes of Health: Claude D. Pepper Older Americans Independence Center Grant, NIH-NIA P30 AG AG21332. PI: Pahor. Period: 10/02 - 09/07. $5,665,725. Role: Co-I and PI on pilot project core.
Ortho Biotech Products, Project title: Fellowship grant: Training geriatric fellows in anemia research. Period: 7/2002 - 6/2004, $175,000. Role: PI.
National Institutes of Health. Project title: ACE inhibitors and novel cardiovascular risk factors, PI: Pahor. Period: 4/02 - 3/05, $1,400,000. Role: Co-I
National Institutes of Health, R21 AG193532. Project title: ‘Exercise to prevent disability and cardiovascular events’, PI: Pahor. Period: 4/01 - 3/02, $217,125. Role: Co-I.
Claude D. Pepper Center on Aging, Wake Forest University, Project title: Efficacy and effectiveness of an exercise program and antidepressant medication on emotional and physical health in older persons with minor depression. Period: 7/01 - 6/02, $25,000. Role: PI
Ortho Biotech Products, Project title: Physical health consequences of anemia in old age. Period: 1/2001 - 12/2002, $101,000. Role: PI
Netherlands Health Care Research Organization. Project title: Feasibility and effectiveness of a transmural psychotherapy intervention for general practice patients with late-life depression. Period: 4/2001 - 3/2004. €150,000. Role: PI
Dutch Sickfund Organization, Project title: (Cost)effectiveness of antidepressant drugs in general practice patients with minor depression. Period: 7/2001 - 6/2004, €700,000. Role: PI
Netherlands Scientific Organization (NWO-CZ). Project title: Genetic and biological risk factors for cardiovascular morbidity and mortality in depressed elderly. PI: Hoogendijk. Period 2001-2005. €150.000. Role: Co-I.
Brookdale Foundation, Brookdale Foundation Leadership on Aging award, Project title: The role of inflammation and health behavior in the detrimental physical health consequences of late-life depression, Period: 07/2000 - 06/02, $115,000. Role: PI
Women's Health Center of Excellence, Wake Forest University, Project title: The effect of an exercise program and antidepressant medication on emotional and physical health in older women with minor depression'. Period: 10/00 - 9/01, $12,500. Role: PI
Netherlands Scientific Organization (NWO). Project title: Prognosis of major and minor depression in older primary care patients. PI: van Marwijk. Period: 2000-2004. €150.000. Role: Co-I
“Breedtestrategie of the VU University”. An interfacultary research program funded by VU University and Ministry of Welfare, Health and Sports. Project title: Frailty and vitality in aging: an interdisciplinary approach. Period: 1999-2004. € 1.7 million. Role: PI on subproject on depression.
Vrije University Amsterdam. Project title: Biological frailty markers as predictors of physical health decline in older persons. Period: 10/1999 - 9/2003. €150,000 euro. Role: PI (after leaving VU, Co-I)
Netherlands Scientific Organization (NWO-CZ). Project title: ‘The influence of social support and personal coping resources on phyiscal and mental functioning of elderly people with different chronic diseases. PI: Kriegsman. Period 1998-2002. €150.000. Role: Co-I.
Vrije University Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Project title: Effectiveness of patient-focused, multidisciplinary care for patients with asthma and COPD. Period: 1/1998 - 12/2001. €150,000. Role: PI
Netherlands Scientific Organization (NWO). Project title: Effects of psychological factors on the onset and course of cardiovascular disease in the elderly. Period: 4/1998 - 3/2000. €150,000. Role: PI