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Clinical Research Career Development Fellowships (2018)

Personalising the pharmacological treatment of bipolar disorder

Dr Joseph Hayes

University College London, United Kingdom

Clinical Research Career Development Fellowships (2018)

Regulatory T-cell dysfunction in chronic liver disease: mechanistic insights and novel therapeutic strategies

Dr Niloufar Safinia

Imperial College London, United Kingdom

Clinical Research Career Development Fellowships (2018)

The development and feasibility trial of a complex intervention to improve AccesS to living-donor Kidney transplantation: the ASK trial

Dr Phillippa Bailey

University of Bristol, United Kingdom

Clinical Research Career Development Fellowships (2018)

The maternal antibody paradox: characterising mechanisms and devising solutions for rotavirus vaccination

Dr Sarah Caddy

University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

Clinical Research Career Development Fellowships (2018)

Understanding the evolution of late breast cancer relapse as a route to improving clinical outcome

Dr Lucy Yates

Wellcome Sanger Institute, United Kingdom

Clinical Research Career Development Fellowships (2018)

Understanding immune metabolism on the single-cell and structural levels in the normal and autoimmune germinal centre reaction

Dr Alexander Clarke

University of Oxford, United Kingdom

Clinical Research Career Development Fellowships (2018)

Use of 68Ga-DOTATATE PET to identify the ‘inflammatory phenotype’ in cardiovascular disease: a clinical translational programme

Dr Jason Tarkin

University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

Clinical Research Career Development Fellowships (2018)

When is enough, enough? Physiological responses to fluid resuscitation in sub-Saharan African adults with sepsis

Dr Jamie Rylance

Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, United Kingdom

Collaborative Awards in Humanities and Social Science (2018)

Autism through cinema: body language and the illegible body

Prof Janet Harbord

Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom

Dr Steven Eastwood

Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom

Collaborative Awards in Humanities and Social Science (2018)

Balancing Best Interests in Health Care, Ethics and Law (BABEL)

Dr Richard Huxtable

University of Bristol, United Kingdom

Dr Jonathan Ives

University of Bristol, United Kingdom

Dr Giles Birchley

University of Bristol, United Kingdom

Dr Judy Laing

University of Bristol, United Kingdom

Collaborative Awards in Humanities and Social Science (2018)

Changing in/fertilities

Prof Sarah Franklin

University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

Prof Marcia Inhorn

Yale University, United States

Collaborative Awards in Humanities and Social Science (2018)

Pandemic preparedness: local and global concepts and practices in tackling disease threats in Africa

Prof Melissa Leach

University of Sussex, United Kingdom

Dr Grace Akello

Paul Richards

Dr Hayley MacGregor

University of Sussex, United Kingdom

Prof Melissa Parker

London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, United Kingdom

Prof Alice Desclaux

Collaborative Awards in Humanities and Social Science (2018)

Streamlining Galen: medical summaries and the transmission of medicine in medieval Islam

Prof Simon Swain

University of Warwick, United Kingdom

Dr Uwe Vagelpohl

University of Warwick, United Kingdom

Collaborative Awards in Humanities and Social Science (2018)

Thinking forward through the past: linking science, social science and the humanities to inform the sustainable reduction of endemic disease in British livestock farming

Dr Abigail Woods

King's College London, United Kingdom

Dr Lewis Holloway

University of Hull, United Kingdom

Prof Rowland Kao

University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Dr Amy Proctor

Newcastle University, United Kingdom

Prof Karen Sayer

Leeds Trinity University, United Kingdom

Prof Nick Hanley

University of Glasgow, United Kingdom

Collaborative Awards in Humanities and Social Science (2018)

What’s at stake in the fake? Indian pharmaceuticals, African markets and global health

Dr Sarah Hodges

Dr Rene Gerrets

Dr Julia Hornberger

Collaborative Awards in Humanities and Social Science (2018)

‘But why is that better?’ An investigation of what applied philosophy and ethics can bring to quality improvement work in healthcare

Prof Alan Cribb

King's College London, United Kingdom

Prof Vikki Entwistle

National University of Singapore, Singapore

Collaborative Awards in Science (2018)

Deciphering age-related macular degeneration by deep phenotyping and machine learning

Prof Andrew Lotery

University of Southampton, United Kingdom

Prof Toby Prevost

Imperial College London, United Kingdom

Prof Daniel Rueckert

Imperial College London, United Kingdom

Prof Hendrik Scholl

University of Basel, Switzerland

Prof Sobha Sivaprasad

University College London, United Kingdom

Dr Lars Fritsche

Prof Ursula Schmidt-Erfurth

Dr Sebastian Waldstein

Collaborative Awards in Science (2018)

Defining the biological basis of Staphylococcus aureus carriage

Prof Sharon Peacock

Prof John Danesh

University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

Prof Julian Parkhill

Dr Joan Geoghegan

Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

Dr Carl Anderson

Collaborative Awards in Science (2018)

East London Genes & Health: human knockouts in a population genomic medicine cohort of British-South Asians

Prof David van Heel

Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom

Dr Matthew Hurles

Prof Richard Trembath

King's College London, United Kingdom

Dr Daniel MacArthur

Prof John Wright

Prof Christopher Griffiths

Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom

Prof Mark McCarthy

University of Oxford, United Kingdom

Dr Hilary Martin

Collaborative Awards in Science (2018)

Engineering a functional synthetic thymus

Prof Clare Blackburn

University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Prof Graham Anderson

University of Birmingham, United Kingdom

Prof Georg Holländer

University of Oxford, United Kingdom

Prof Jon Chapman

University of Oxford, United Kingdom

Prof Matthias Lutolf

École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland

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