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30 grants awarded, sorted by most recent

Research Enrichment – Public Engagement (2018)

Becoming Good: early intervention and moral development in child psychiatry

Prof Ilina Singh

University of Oxford, United Kingdom

Research Enrichment – Public Engagement (2018)

Cellular and molecular regulation of early brain development

Prof Jon Clarke

King's College London, United Kingdom

Research Enrichment – Public Engagement (2018)

Clock control of inflammation in the lung

Prof David Ray

University of Manchester, United Kingdom

Research Enrichment – Public Engagement (2018)

Consequences of the dual origin of the middle ear epithelium on function

Prof Abigail Tucker

King's College London, United Kingdom

Research Enrichment – Public Engagement (2018)

Ethical issues in self-funded social care: co-producing knowledge with older people

Dr Lizzie Ward

University of Brighton, United Kingdom

Research Enrichment – Public Engagement (2018)

In their own voices: vulnerabilities and abilities of women, children and families in health research

Prof Maureen Kelley

University of Oxford, United Kingdom

Research Enrichment – Public Engagement (2018)

Pre-conception genetic screening for conditions of uncertain or variable prognosis: social and ethical implications

Dr Felicity Boardman

University of Warwick, United Kingdom

Research Enrichment – Public Engagement (2018)

Remaking the Human Body: biomedical imaging technologies, professional and lay visions

Dr Manuela Perrotta

Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom

Research Enrichment – Public Engagement (2018)

Structural studies of the host-parasite interactions at the heart of malaria pathogenicity

Prof Matthew Higgins

University of Oxford, United Kingdom

Research Enrichment – Public Engagement (2018)

To live or die: early fate decision of cortical interneurons

Dr Kinga Bercsenyi

King's College London, United Kingdom

Research Enrichment – Public Engagement (2018)

Transformations: encountering gender and science

Dr Jana Funke

University of Exeter, United Kingdom

Research Enrichment – Public Engagement (2018)

Using linked electronic health data to improve eczema diagnosis and outcomes

Dr Sinéad Langan

London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, United Kingdom

Research Enrichment – Public Engagement (2017)

Building youth’s capacity in Petit Ouaga on strategies to reduce or avoid malaria: The YouthProfile Project

Dr Ako Victorien Constant Edi

Centre Suisse De Recherches Scientifiques, Ivory Coast

Research Enrichment – Public Engagement (2017)

Healthy movement in southern Africa: towards improved responses to communicable diseases

Dr Joanna Vearey

University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa

Research Enrichment – Public Engagement (2017)

Immunity dynamics and epidemiology of cross-reactive pathogens

Dr Adam Kucharski

London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, United Kingdom

Research Enrichment – Public Engagement (2017)

Integrating Upstream Decision-Making and Human Health Outcomes into Citizen Engagement (I-NUDGE)

Prof Judy Orme

University of the West of England, United Kingdom

Research Enrichment – Public Engagement (2017)

It is no small presumption to dismember the image of god: selfhood and the altered body

Dr Alanna Skuse

University of Reading, United Kingdom

Research Enrichment – Public Engagement (2017)

The role of anaemia and fetal haemoglobin in sickle-cell disease: clinical epidemiology to establish the evidence base for interventional trials of blood transfusion and hydroxyurea

Prof Julie Makani

Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences, Tanzania

Research Enrichment – Public Engagement (2016)

Characterisation of innate immune DNA sensing and viral evasion strategies

Prof Gregory Towers

University College London, United Kingdom

Research Enrichment – Public Engagement (2016)

Developing a universal antivenom to treat snake venom-induced consumption coagulopathy

Dr Nicholas Casewell

Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, United Kingdom

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