Grants

July 5, 1996

UNIVERSITY OF BIRMINGHAM Charities

Dr B. Turner, Pounds 545,844 from the Wellcome Trust (histone acetylation and the structure and function of chromatin and chromosomes); Professor A. Rickinson, Pounds 129,230 from the Cancer Research Campaign (student support in the department of cancer studies); Professor L. Young, Pounds 39,658 from the Cancer Research Campaign (cytotoxic T lymphocyte responses to the oncoproteins of human papillomavirus 16); Professor D. Kerr, Pounds 49,971 from the Cancer Research Campaign (large randomised study of the effects of prolonging adjuvant Tamoxifen treatment on survival of women with operable breast cancer); Professor A. Williams, Pounds 150,000 from the Sainsbury Trust (research support costs); Professor R. Griffiths, Pounds 129,338 from the United Kingdom Coordination Committee (UK childhood cancer study);

Dr N. James, Pounds 35,294 from Prostate Cancer Cure Foundation (trial recruitment in the West Midlands region); Dr T. James, Pounds 130,475 from the Royal Society (saccharide transporters: design, synthesis and evaluation); Professor A. Murie, Pounds 130,923 from Joseph Rowntree Foundation (reviewing the right to buy); Professor J. Jeffreys, Pounds 141,948 from the Wellcome Trust (cellular and local circuit mechanisms of neurological disease in rodents); Drs R. Stockley and P. Stewart, Pounds 56,837 from British Lung Foundation (role and regulation of secretory leukoproteinase in the pathogenesis of bronchial disease); Professor D. Kerr, Pounds 103,242 from Cancer Research Campaign (core support clinical oncology); Dr J. Mann, Pounds 34,297 from Special Trustees of the Former United Birmingham Hospitals' Trust (research fellow to the West Midlands regional children's tumour registry) and Pounds 30,946 from the STFUBHT (support to children nationwide); Dr S. Bundey, Pounds 28,443 from STFUBHT (biochemical, immunological and genetic studies into cause of DIDMOAD syndrome).

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