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190 grants awarded, sorted by most recent

Seed Awards in Science (2017)

A community approach to accelerate the discovery of the molecular basis of neurodevelopmental disorders

Dr Emma Baple

University of Exeter, United Kingdom

Seed Awards in Science (2017)

A dissection of the intercalated disk to stop sudden cardiac death

Dr Angeliki Asimaki

St George's, University of London, United Kingdom

Seed Awards in Science (2017)

A forward genetics approach to define driver mutations in bile duct cancer

Dr Luke G Boulter

University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Seed Awards in Science (2017)

Adenine methylation in Tetrahymena thermophila: a computational tool

Dr Robert Lowe

Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom

Seed Awards in Science (2017)

Analysing transcriptional circuits driving biofilm formation in Candida species to understand the evolution of pathogenic traits

Dr Eugenio Mancera Ramos

Centro de Investigación y de Estudios Avanzados del IPN, Mexico

Seed Awards in Science (2017)

Cardiac rest and stress metabolism in patients with type 2 diabetes

Dr Eylem Levelt

University of Leicester, United Kingdom

Seed Awards in Science (2017)

Cellular and molecular mechanisms of macrophage-mediated neuroprotection

Dr Leah Herrgen

University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Seed Awards in Science (2017)

Dynamic neural remapping across the sleep-wake cycle: A mechanistic link between sensory re-organisation and GABA

Dr Anat Arzi

University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

Seed Awards in Science (2017)

Exploring the epidemiology of respiratory syncytial virus in young children in the community using sparse serological survey data

Dr Pia Hardelid

University College London, United Kingdom

Seed Awards in Science (2017)

Genetic background effects in human iPSCs and iPSC-derived cell types

Dr Helena Kilpinen

University College London, United Kingdom

Seed Awards in Science (2017)

Glucagon-like peptide-1; a gut hormone with the capacity to be pivotal in mammalian helminth infection

Dr John Worthington

Lancaster University, United Kingdom

Seed Awards in Science (2017)

Identifying optimal neurostimulation for epilepsy using computational approaches (IONECA)

Dr Yujiang Wang

Newcastle University, United Kingdom

Seed Awards in Science (2017)

In-cell structural biology: CLIC1 structure, function and drug binding inside tumour cells

Dr Jose Ortega-Roldan

University of Kent, United Kingdom

Seed Awards in Science (2017)

Integrated nucleic acid microsensor for on-site detection of infectious animal diseases

Dr Firat Guder

Imperial College London, United Kingdom

Seed Awards in Science (2017)

Investigating a novel approach to gene-environment interaction in depression and anxiety

Dr Robert Keers

Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom

Seed Awards in Science (2017)

Investigation of the regulatory hot spots identified for type 2 diabetes

Dr Nikolas Maniatis

University College London, United Kingdom

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