Psychologist Davood Ghara Gozli received a Veni grant
Davood Ghara Gozli (Cognitive Psychology) has received a Veni grant. As such, he is officially recognised as a promising young scientist by science funding agency NWO and will receive financial support to further develop his ideas.
Internal and external sources of action
Our actions are determined by what we perceive in our environment (that which is currently present) and the changes we want to bring about (that which is currently not present). Davood Gozli will investigate the interplay between these two factors.
Innovational Research Incentives Scheme
The Veni grant is part of the Innovational Research Incentives Scheme of the NWO. This offers researchers in various stages of their career an opportunity to finance new studies. The grant is open to scientists who have completed their PhD studies up to three years ago. The Veni grant consists of a maximum of €250,000. NWO has awarded a total of 158 Venis in this round; Leiden University's share of the awards is 12 per cent. Of the nineteen Veni winners, twelve of the Leiden recipients are men and seven women.
Veni grants for 19 young Leiden researchers