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Research Career Re-entry Fellowships (2017)

Optical characterisation of epithelial tissue function and metabolism for early cancer diagnosis and treatment monitoring

Dr Lucia Florescu

University of Surrey, United Kingdom

Research Career Re-entry Fellowships (2017)

Role of inhibitor of kappa B kinase epsilon in sex-dependent differences in metaflammation

Dr Jaswinder Sethi

University of Southampton, United Kingdom

Research Career Re-entry Fellowships (2016)

Identification of nuclear factors modulating the clinical phenotype of m.3243A>G-related mitochondrial disease

Dr Sarah Pickett

Newcastle University, United Kingdom

Research Career Re-entry Fellowships (2016)

Innate lymphoid cells: promoting homeostasis and preventing gut dysbiosis

Dr Rebecca Payne

Newcastle University, United Kingdom

Research Career Re-entry Fellowships (2016)

Molecular mechanisms of neutrophil homeostasis in the lung and spleen

Dr Katia De Filippo

Imperial College London, United Kingdom

Research Career Re-entry Fellowships (2016)

Ultrasonic delivery of theranostic anti-cancer agents

Dr Nicola Farrer

University of Oxford, United Kingdom

Research Career Re-entry Fellowships (2015)

Improving the management and prevention of tetanus in Vietnam

Dr Catherine Thwaites

Oxford University Clinical Research Unit, Vietnam

Research Career Re-entry Fellowships (2015)

The corticol representation of low-probability stimuli and its neuromorphic implimentation

Dr Natacha Vanattou-Saifoudine

University of Sheffield, United Kingdom

Research Career Re-entry Fellowships (2015)

The role of the mitotic spindle assembly checkpoint protein BUB3 in tumourigenesis

Dr Sara Morais Da Silva

University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

Research Career Re-entry Fellowships (2015)

Whether stimulation of the serotonergic 5HT1A receptor can become a safe and clinically convenient way to increase oxytocin function in the brain

Dr Mark Tricklebank

King's College London, United Kingdom

Research Career Re-entry Fellowships (2014)

In utero exposure to heavy metals: effects on child development

Dr Caroline Taylor

University of Bristol, United Kingdom

Research Career Re-entry Fellowships (2014)

Neural correlates of retrieval control in human episodic memory

Dr Jane Herron

Cardiff University, United Kingdom

Research Career Re-entry Fellowships (2014)

Prevalence and diversity of Shiga-toxin and non-O157 Escherichia coli carriage in cattle

Deborah Hoyle

University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Research Career Re-entry Fellowships (2014)

The effect of music upon cognition: behavioural, neural and modelling studies

Dr Dina Kronhaus

University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

Research Career Re-entry Fellowships (2014)

The integrative role of FIH-1 in HIF-dependent oxygen sensing of cardiac cells

Dr Joanne Holliday (née Layland)

University of Nottingham, United Kingdom

Research Career Re-entry Fellowships (2014)

The neuropathology of obstructive sleep apnoea

Dr Ivana Rosenzweig

King's College London, United Kingdom

Research Career Re-entry Fellowships (2014)

The role of T cells in epithelial maintenance and regeneration

Dr Rhiannon Jenkinson

University of Bristol, United Kingdom

Research Career Re-entry Fellowships (2013)

Function of GPR35 in inflammation

Dr Nicole Kaneider

University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

Research Career Re-entry Fellowships (2013)

Seizures and arousal: interaction between epileptiform activity and central autonomic control in patients with chronic epilepsy

Dr Yoko Nagai

Brighton and Sussex Medical School, United Kingdom

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