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24 grants awarded, sorted by most recent

Small Grants in Humanities and Social Science (2017)

A bilingual journal in the global south

Prof Marcos Cueto

Oswaldo Cruz Foundation (FIOCRUZ), Brazil

Small Grants in Humanities and Social Science (2017)

A preliminary study of ageing and assisted reproduction in India

Dr Anindita Majumdar

Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad, India

Small Grants in Humanities and Social Science (2017)

An exploratory study of community activism for change in ‘direct provision’ food facilities for asylum seekers in Ireland

Dr Bridin Carroll

University College Dublin, Ireland

Small Grants in Humanities and Social Science (2017)

Anatomy of Loneliness: BBC Radio 4 Survey on Loneliness

Prof Pamela Qualter

University of Manchester, United Kingdom

Small Grants in Humanities and Social Science (2017)

Crafting qualitative health research for the future

Dr Cecilia Vindrola

University College London, United Kingdom

Small Grants in Humanities and Social Science (2017)

Developing public and professional engagement to promote global policy and a new research vision to improve the health of labour migrants

Dr Sally Hargreaves

Imperial College London, United Kingdom

Small Grants in Humanities and Social Science (2017)

Drug regimens in Southern Africa: pharmaceutical regulation and consumption in 20th century contexts

Prof Thembisa Waetjen

University of Johannesburg, South Africa

Small Grants in Humanities and Social Science (2017)

E-cigarettes: history, evidence and policy

Prof Virginia Berridge

London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, United Kingdom

Small Grants in Humanities and Social Science (2017)

Exploring disorganised attachment: unravelling developmental pathways and outcomes using data mining

Dr Robbie Duschinsky

University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

Small Grants in Humanities and Social Science (2017)

Facing ethics: identifying ethical issues in computational phenotyping research

Dr Nina Hallowell

University of Oxford, United Kingdom

Small Grants in Humanities and Social Science (2017)

Global Health 50/50: towards accountability for gender equality in global health

Prof Sarah Hawkes

University College London, United Kingdom

Small Grants in Humanities and Social Science (2017)

Global social medicine

Prof Nikolas Rose

King's College London, United Kingdom

Small Grants in Humanities and Social Science (2017)

Health for all in an unequal world: obligations of global bioethics

Sarojini Nadimpally

Sama Resource Group for Women and Health, India

Small Grants in Humanities and Social Science (2017)

Health communication practices of South Asian migrant mothers with postnatal mental health difficulties: a pilot study

Dr Ranjana Das

University of Surrey, United Kingdom

Small Grants in Humanities and Social Science (2017)

Identifying research priorities about older carers and taking carers’ research to carers

Dr Nan Greenwood

Kingston University, United Kingdom

Small Grants in Humanities and Social Science (2017)

Machine learning for automated regulatory algorithms: exploring the potential of artificial intelligence for the regulation of healthcare practitioners

Dr John Chamberlain

Swansea University, United Kingdom

Small Grants in Humanities and Social Science (2017)

Northern Bioethics Network: linking institutions to build bioethics capacity in the UK north

Dr Sarah Chan

University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Small Grants in Humanities and Social Science (2017)

Postgraduate Bioethics Network

Louise Austin

Institute of Medical Ethics, United Kingdom

Small Grants in Humanities and Social Science (2017)

Regulating the Tyrell Corporation: company law and the emergence of novel beings

Dr David Lawrence

Newcastle University, United Kingdom

Small Grants in Humanities and Social Science (2017)

Research fellowships in history of medicine and medical humanities for scholars from Brazil, South Africa and India

Dr Babak Ashrafi

Consortium for History of Science, Technology and Medicine, United States

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