Awards

Prize Marie Curie MSCA Malta 2017

2019 ISCTE-IUL Scientific Awards for Scientific Publications 2019, by ISCTE-IUL – faculty level, international peer-review.

2018 Neuro PsyAI company selected to be part of the AI in Healthcare for Radiology Philips Acceleration Program (among 19 in 750 worldwide), USA and Germany – International level, international peer-review.

2018 EIT Health Catapult 2nd Prize in Digital Health (2018) to NeuroPsyAI startup (€15.000), by European Institute of Innovation & Technology – International level, international peer-review.

2018 Data Science and Artificial Intelligence in Public Administration project grant (€300.000), NEUROBIOAI, DSAIPA/DS/0065/2018, FCT, Portugal – national level, international peer-review.

2018 EIT HeadStart award (€30.000) to NeuroPsyAI startup, by European Institute of Innovation & Technology – International level, international peer-review.

2018 NeuroPsyAI distinguished in the top 5 at AI Rising Stars 2018 competition, Founders Factory, London – International level, international peer-review.

2018 1st Prize as “Best of Portugal” (Os Melhores de Portugal) in Software category to NeuroPsyCAD startup, by the Magazine Exame Informática – National level.

2018 1st Prize Empreendedor (Entrepreneur) XXI  (North and Centre of Portugal category for NeuroPsyCAD startup; €5.000), by BPI/La Caixa, Spain – Iberian level, international peer-review.

2018 FCT SR&TD project grant (€240.000), NEUROGENAI, PTDC/MEC-PSQ/30907/2017, FCT, Portugal – national level, international peer-review.

2017 NeuroPsyAI Startup distinguished as 1 of the 150 Best 2017 Websummit startups by the Presidency of the Portuguese Republic.

2017 Everis Semi-finalist in pitch competition for NeuroPsyAI, Spain. – iberian level, international peer-review.

2017 PT Innovation Academia Prize (to NeuroPsyAI, €5.000), Altice Portugal – national level, international peer-review.

2017 Horizon2020 SME Instruments award Phase I (€50.000), European Commission – international level, international peer-review.

2017 Marie Curie Actions 3rd Prize to PI as the most promising scientist in ‘Innovation and Entrepreneurship‘, by the European Commission – international MC awardees level, international peer-review.

2017– 2022 FCT PhD Fellowship to team (Dr Bernardo Neves), FCT, Portugal – national level, national peer-review.

2017-2018 Caixa Capital Award (€100.000) – national-level, national peer-review.

2018 – 2020  Bial Psychophysiology grant Ref. 292/16, OXYTOCIN, Bial Foundation (€50.000) -international-level, international peer-review.

2017– 2023 FCT Post-Doc Fellowship to team (Doutor. Gonçalo Oliveira), FCT, Portugal – national level, national peer-review.

2017-2012 NeurULisboa & FCT PhD Fellowship to team (Dr Alessia Ávila), FCT, Portugal – national level, national peer-review.

2017-2012 NeurULisboa PhD Fellowship to team (Dr Bernardo Moura), FCT, Portugal – national level, national peer-review.

2017-2012 PhD Fellowship to team (Dr Duarte Ferreira), FCT, Portugal – national level, national peer-review.

2016  – Idea prize to 10 best startup ideas, BornFromKnowledge -national-level, national peer-review.

2016 – 2018 AstraZeneca/FMUL grant to team (Dr. Daniel Martins) (€5.000), AstraZeneca/FMUL –faculty-level, international peer-review.

2016 ‘InovPortugal New Ideas B2B’ award to Startup idea (7 awardees among >13000 competitors), Acredita Portugal, Portugal -national-level, national peer-review.

2016-2019 Horizon2020 Twinning Grant (€1.000.000) to European Consortium (DP as a member), H2020-TWINN-2015, 692340, European Commission.

2016 – 2017 Breakthrough Idea Grant (€100.000), Instituto de Medicina Molecular, Portugal –institute-level, international peer-review.

2016 – 2020 PhD Fellowship
 to team (Dr. Vânia Tavares) by M2B Doctoral Programme (2016-2020), FCT, Portugal – institutional level, institutional peer-review.

2016 – 2020 PhD Fellowship
 to team (Dr. Sandro Nunes) SFRH/BD/112401/2015 (2016-2020), FCT, Portugal – national level, national peer-review.

2016 – 2020 PhD Fellowship
 to team (Dr. Daniel Martins) by LisbonBiomed Doctoral Programme (2016-2020), FCT, Portugal –institutional level, institutional peer-review.

2015 – 2020 FCT Investigator Starting Contract, BIOSOCIOCOG, to PI IF/00787/2014, FCT, Portugal – national level, international peer-review.

2015-2020 FCT Exploratory Grant, BIOSOCIOCOG, (€50.000) to PI, IF/00787/2014, FCT, Portugal.– national level, international peer-review.

2015 – 2019 EU Marie Curie Career Integration Grant to PI, BIOSOCIOCOG, (FP7-PEOPLE-2013-CIG-631952) (€100.000), international-level and peer-review.

2015 – 2016 Start-up Grant to PI (€30.000), Institute of Molecular Medicine, Portugal – institute-level, no peer review.

2013 – 2014 Academic Advancement Promotion to PI (grade 6-7 salary increase), KCL, UK, institute-level, institute peer-review.

2014 PI Distinguished by King’s College London as a top early career researcher to the UK Research Excellence Framework assessment 2014.

2011 – 2014 Postdoctoral Fellowship to PI PDF-2010-03-047 (£280,396+£49.920) grant, National Institute for Health Research (NIHR), UK, national-level and international peer-review.

2011 Brain travel award to PI (£500), Wellcome Trust Centre for Neuroimaging, UK– national-level and peer review.

2010 Harvard Medical School Travel award to PI ($1000), National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), USA – international-level and peer review.

2009 Brain travel award to PI (£416), Wellcome Trust Centre for Neuroimaging, UK– national-level and peer review.

2008 Travel stipend to PI (£4000), University of Sichuan, China – institute-level, no peer-review.

2006 – 2008 7 Travel stipends to PI (total £3,907), Psychological Medicine, IoP, KCL, UK – institute-level, no peer-review.

2004 – 2008 PhD Fellowship to PI (SFRH/BD/12394/2003) (€133,080+€51,000), FCT, Portugal – national-level and peer-review.

2003 Junior Investigator Travel fellowship to PI ($1,250), Academy for Eating Disorders, USA – international-level and peer-review.

2002 – 2003 Leonardo Da Vinci fellowship to PI(£4,500), European Comission – university-level, no peer-review.

2001 – 2002 Erasmus fellowship to PI (€2.700), European Comission – university-level, no peer-review.