Grant winners

August 11, 2011


3Rs Research Funding Scheme

• Award winner: Bertrand Collet

• Institution: Marine Scotland Science

• Value: £435,682

Development of a non-lethal sampling method to monitor immune response and disease progression in salmonid fish

• Award winner: John Greenman

• Institution: University of Hull

• Value: £450,000

Replacement of animal models for tumour biology with a multifunctional microfluidic-based approach

• Award winner: Gisli Jenkins

• Institution: University of Nottingham

• Value: £442,676

Refining models of fibrotic lung disease

• Award winner: Ezio Rosato

• Institution: University of Leicester

• Value: £469,108

An advanced model for neurodegeneration studies in the fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster


Health Services Research (HSR) programme

• Award winner: David Harrison

• Institution: Intensive Care National Audit and Research Centre

• Value: £166,562

Ensuring comparisons of healthcare providers are fair: Risk modelling for quality improvement in the critically ill

Public Health Research (PHR) programme

• Award winner: Janet Harris

• Institution: University of Sheffield

• Value: £199,328

Community-based peer support: Developing a model for promoting health literacy (COPES)


Research Grants (Standard and Early Career) scheme

• Award winner: Nicola Thomas

• Institution: University of Exeter

• Value: £159,909

Situating craft guilds in the creative economy: Histories, politics and practices

• Award winner: Duncan Garrow

• Institution: University of Liverpool

• Value: £160,7

Stepping stones to the Neolithic? Islands, maritime connectivity and the "western seaways" of Britain, 5000-3500 BC

• Award winner: Joseph Corkin

• Institution: Middlesex University

• Value: £88,002

Making Europe in their image: Communities of expertise and the shaping of transnational governance

• Award winner: Faye Hammill

• Institution: University of Strathclyde

• Value: £218,364

Magazines, travel and middlebrow culture in Canada 1925-1960


Public Health Research (PHR) programme

• Award winner: Sally Wyke

• Institution: University of Glasgow

• Value: £790,353

Football Fans in Training (FFIT): a randomised controlled trial of a gender-sensitive weight loss and healthy living programme delivered to men aged 35-65 by Scottish Premier League (SPL) football clubs

Professional football clubs, with their large fan base, have the potential to support men to live more healthily. FFIT gives men who take part 12 weekly group sessions at the SPL club they support. This study will evaluate whether FFIT achieves important levels of weight loss in men by conducting a randomised controlled trial. FFIT will be a success if significantly more men who take part have lost at least 5 per cent of their weight when measured a year later as opposed to men who did not take part.

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