Grant winners – 9 April 2015

April 9, 2015

National Institute for Health Research

Health Technology Assessment Programme

Smoking cessation intervention for severe mental ill health trial (SCIMITAR): a definitive randomised evaluation of a bespoke smoking cessation service


ANODE: prophylactic antibiotics for the prevention of infection following operative delivery


Early switch to oral antibiotic therapy in patients with low risk neutropenic sepsis (The EASI-SWITCH Trial)


Public Health Research programme

  • Award winner: Tracey Bywater
  • Institution: University of York
  • Value: £1,849,153

Enhancing social-emotional health and well-being in the early years: a community-based randomised controlled trial (and economic) evaluation of the Incredible Years infant and toddler (0-2) parenting programmes


  • Award winner: Simon Sebire
  • Institution: University of Bristol
  • Value: £527,571

Development and feasibility cluster randomised control trial evaluation of a peer-led physical activity intervention for adolescent girls (PLAN-A)

 

Royal Society

Wolfson Research Merit Awards

Awards are worth £10,000-£30,000 a year, which is a salary enhancement

  • Award winner: William Lionheart
  • Institution: University of Manchester

Novel methods in tomography imaging: “Rich tomography” and fast dynamic imaging


  • Award winner: Tim Minshull
  • Institution: University of Southampton

The ocean-continent transition at magma-poor rifted margins

 

Leverhulme Trust

Major Research Fellowships

  • Award winner: Maria Alvarez
  • Institution: King’s College London
  • Value: £88,370

Choice in action


Syntactic uniformity, syntactic diversity: syntactic building blocks and their role in determining inter- and intra-linguistic variation


  • Award winner: Tim Kendall
  • Institution: University of Exeter
  • Value: £127,702

Ivor Gurney’s complete literary works: a variorum edition


Research Project Grants
Sciences

  • Award winner: Glenn Burley
  • Institution: University of Strathclyde
  • Value: £231,276

Transformable photonic circuitry: using DNA to create the next generation of molecularly active surfaces

In detail

Robert Hollands, Newcastle University

Award winner: Robert Hollands
Institution: Newcastle University
Value: £91,471

Urban cultural movements and the struggle for alternative creative spaces

The project will seek to provide new social scientific explanations and theories of cultural-based urban movements and activities. It will also produce illustrative case studies of struggles over alternative creative space and provide policy relevance for a number of “crunch issues” cities face such as social polarisation. The plan is to explore the degree to which anti-gentrification, anti-tourist and anti-creative protests in cities such as Berlin and Barcelona are developing in other urban locations. The study will also investigate what has happened to many alternative cultural venues in cities post anti-squatting and anti-rave legislation, looking at the closure of famous sites, the incorporation of others and the development of new types of spaces and struggles.

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