Grant winners

November 3, 2011


Service Delivery and Organisation programme

• Award winner: Naomi Fulop

• Institution: King's College London

• Value: £494,161

Innovations in major system reconfiguration in England: a study of the effectiveness, acceptability and processes of implementation of two models of stroke care

• Award winner: Karen Spilsbury

• Institution: University of York

• Value: £231,097

Support matters: use of assistant staff in the delivery of primary and community nursing services in England

• Award winner: Geraint Lewis

• Institution: Nuffield Trust for Research and Policy Studies in Health Services

• Value: £318,053

Analysis of virtual wards: a multidisciplinary form of case management that integrates social and health care


• Award winner: Anna Adlam

• Institution: University of East Anglia

• Value: £130,818

Traumatic brain injury - working memory training

• Award winner: Clare Lloyd

• Institution: Imperial College London

• Value: £149,264

Asthma - early diagnosis


Research Project Grants

Basic sciences

• Award winner: K. Haxton

• Institution: Keele University

• Value: £181,855

Hybrid dendrimer-zeolite nanomaterials as tandem homogeneous catalysts

• Award winner: S. Moggach

• Institution: University of Edinburgh

• Value: £100,463

Pressure tuning flexible porous metal organic frameworks (MOFs)

• Award winner: Manfred Bochmann

• Institution: University of East Anglia

• Value: £160,145

Controlling nanoscale assemblies: fundamentals, methodology and materials design


• Award winner: Charles French

• Institution: University of Cambridge

• Value: £376,460

Changes in ancient land and water use along the Rio Ica, South-Central Andes

• Award winner: John Scally

• Institution: University of Edinburgh

• Value: £220,947

Carmichael in context: the material worlds of a Celtic collector

• Award winner: J. Stuart-Smith

• Institution: University of Glasgow

• Value: £235,682

Fine phonetic variation and sound change: a real-time study of Glaswegian


Arts and Humanities Research Council

Award winner: Rehana Ahmed

Institution: Teesside University

Value: £48,000

Muslims writing Britain and beyond: Faith, class and multicultural politics

This interdisciplinary project will explore British literary representations of Muslim cultures and identities. It will focus on writers of South Asian Muslim heritage, engaging with debates and controversies concerning the place of Muslims in the UK today, as well as with their historical presence and practices in the country from the early 20th century. Exploring authors including Salman Rushdie and Monica Ali, the project will consider how their texts reproduce, debate or destabilise ideological constructions of Muslim culture, and how they might inform debates about multiculturalism.

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