UNIVERSITY OF LIVERPOOL. Charities Professors M. Orme, M. Molyneux and Dr P. Winstanley, Pounds 122,484 from The Wellcome Trust (research in clinical tropical medicine).
Dr R. Whyman and Professor G. Hutchings, Pounds 87,268 from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (small metal and metal oxide particles encapsulated in microporous matter -new class of effect materials); Drs B. Cheetham and C. Goodyear, Pounds 138,954 from EPSRC (variable bit-rate coding for mobile radio networks); Dr H. Leach, Pounds 96,148 from the Natural Environment Research Council (VIVALDI - annual cycle and international variability of the upper ocean North Atlantic); Dr C. Van Den Berg, Pounds 111,204 from Natural Environment Research Council (chemical speciation and bioavailability of iron - and cobalt and zinc - to oceanic microorganisms); Drs D. Ritchie, C. Edwards and Professor J. Saunders, Pounds 79,960 from NERC (molecular genetic and flow cytometric techniques for analysing carbon cycling by bacteria in aerobic and anaerobic soils); Professor J. Saunders, Pounds 134,675 from Medical Research Council (Pilin variation and glycosylatin in modulating pilus mediated adherence of neisseria meningitidis to human cells); Drs R. Crompton and M. Gunther, Pounds 165,608 from Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (locomotion on compliant substrates: biomechanics of quadrupedalism in living and fossil anthropoid primates); Messrs. D. Kehoe and D. Little, Pounds 95,585 from EPSRC (integration performance measurement systems - information system requirements); Professor C. Michael, Pounds 132,167 from Particle Physics and Astronomy Research Council (investigation of RGE functions of QED and other models); Dr M. Clague, Pounds 80,540 from BBSRC (reconstitution of nerve terminal derived clathrin coated vesicle fusion).
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHAMPTON
Drs B. Margetts and V. Speller (Wessex Institute of Public Health Medicine), Pounds 97,145 from the Health Education Authority (analysis and dissemination of the authority's 1993 health and lifestyle survey).
UNIVERSITY OF BRISTOL
Dr Henley, Pounds 145,353 from The Wellcome Trust (the molecular characterisation and subcellular localisation of AMPA receptors); Dr B. Lumb, Pounds 140,035 from The Wellcome Trust (the integration of autonomic and sensory functions including pain); Dr L. Hall, Pounds 122,432 from The Wellcome Trust (the metalloprotease-like, disintegrin-like, cysteine-rich (MDC) gene family and its role in mammalian reproduction); Dr C. Garland, Pounds 50,717 from The Wellcome Trust (the interactions between tyrosine kinase and g-protein linked signalling systems in arterial smooth muscle); Dr R. Young, Pounds 134,866 from the Arthritis & Rheumatism Council (initiating events in osteoarthritis of the knee); Dr M. Hester, Pounds 66,477 from the Joseph Rowntree Foundation (voluntary sector and in-court mediation and domestic violence); Mr C. Irvine, Pounds 65,545 from the Stroke Association (detection of microemboli in patients with carotid artery disease); Dr C. Steward, Pounds 328,400 from the Cogent Trust (towards a senior lecturer in genetic diseases); Dr M. Suleiman, Pounds 114,177 from the British Heart Foundation (inhibitors of mitochondrial pore opening as protective agent against reperfusion injury in different animal models); Dr E. Griffiths, Pounds 105,851 from the British Heart Foundation (the involvement of mitochondral calcium transport pathways in myocardial reperfusion injury: possible site for protective intervention); Dr K. Brown, Pounds 92,429 from the Association for International Cancer Research (identification of novel genetic alterations in Wilms Tumour using representational difference analysis).
to be continued