Grant winners

December 20, 2012


2012 CASE studentships

• Award winner: Anna Hine

• Institution: Aston University

• Value: £108,173

To work in partnership with Isogenica Ltd to develop research into proteins, such as antibodies

• Award winner: Eustace Johnson

• Institution: Aston University

• Value: £12,000

A preclinical study with The Royal Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Foundation Trust comparing the safety and efficacy of stem cells versus freshly isolated bone marrow


International Networks


• Award winner: Luca Susmel

• Institution: University of Sheffield

• Value: £125,000

Multiaxial fatigue assessment of aluminium friction stir-welded joints

Social sciences

• Award winner: Alistair Cole

• Institution: Cardiff University

• Value: £74,285

Territorial governance in Western Europe: between capacity and convergence?


• Award winner: Sarah Turner

• Institution: University of York

• Value: £124,356

Enchanted modernities: theosophy, Modernism and the arts, c.1875-1960


Future Research Leaders Scheme

• Award winner: Dimitrios Dalakoglou

• Institution: University of Sussex

• Value: £165,042

The city at a time of crisis: transformations of public spaces in Athens, Greece

• Award winner: Elena Novelli

• Institution: University of Bath

• Value: £169,792

Understanding firm boundaries: complementary products, supporting assets and integration

• Award winner: Matteo Galizzi

• Institution: London School of Economics

• Value: £174,671

Linking survey and experimental data: behavioural experiments in health and well-being

• Award winner: Peter Lugtig

• Institution: University of Essex

• Value: £129,016

Survey data quality in panel surveys: trade-offs between non-response and measurement errors


Heath Technology Assessment programme

• Award winner: Stuart Andrew Taylor

• Institution: University College London

• Value: £973,839

Diagnostic accuracy for the extent and activity of newly diagnosed and relapsed Crohn's disease: multicentre prospective comparison of magnetic resonance imaging and small bowel ultrasound


• Award winner: Simon Gilbody

• Institution: University of York

• Value: £887,105

The Casper-Plus trial: collaborative care for screen-positive elders with major depressive disorder

The study concerns older people with severe depression who might benefit from a mixture of antidepressants and psychological therapy. The team will judge whether collaborative care improves people's mental health, using an internationally recognised diagnosis of the condition to establish what proportion of patients are positively affected by the treatment. Participants will be given either collaborative care or their usual treatment according to chance. Nobody will be denied care by taking part in the trial.

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