Grant winners

August 22, 2013

National Institute for Health Research

Health Technology Assessment Programme

Protocolised trial of invasive and non-invasive weaning off ventilation

Adaptation and feasibility study of a family and social network intervention for young people who misuse alcohol and drugs

Public Health Research programme

  • Award winner: Wouter Poortinga
  • Institution: Cardiff University
  • Value: £739,600

The health impacts of structural energy performance investments in Wales: an evaluation of the Arbed programme

Health Services and Delivery Research Programme

Towards a framework for enhancing procurement and supply chain management practice in the NHS: lessons for managers and clinicians from a synthesis of the theoretical and empirical literature

  • Award winner: Stephanie Jan MacNeill
  • Institution: Imperial College London
  • Value: £241,288

Quality improvement in cystic fibrosis: what can we learn from each other?

 

Royal Society

Wolfson Research Merit Awards

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

Quantum information science: tools and applications for fundamental physics

  • Award winner: Oliver Phillips
  • Institution: University of Leeds

Tropical forests in the changing earth system

  • Award winner: Ian Smail
  • Institution: Durham University

The physics of the formation of massive galaxies

 

Arts and Humanities Research Council

Responsive Mode Research Grants

The history of forgotten television drama in the UK

  • Award winner: Richard Rodger
  • Institution: University of Edinburgh
  • Value: £633,168

Mapping Edinburgh’s social history (Mesh): a capital digital resource

In detail

Roxana Carare, University of Southampton

Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council, Alzheimer’s Research UK and other funding agencies

Award winner: Roxana Carare
Institution: University of Southampton
Value: £1 million

Physiology of perivascular drainage of the brain and how it is affected by advancing age

In research into the neurophysiology of ageing, “it is essential to have a firm understanding of the normal brain and its functions”, said Dr Carare, senior lecturer in the Faculty of Medicine. “Our research will help to clarify the normal physiology of drainage pathways for fluid and solutes from the brain and the effects that age has upon these pathways. We hope that within five years enough will be known about the physiology of lymphatic drainage of the brain to embark upon devising therapies that facilitate the perivascular elimination of peptide amyloid-ß from the brain for increasing well-being and delaying the onset of cognitive decline in the elderly.”

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