Grant winners

November 29, 2012


Follow-on Fund

Comparative approaches to Islam, security and television news: implications for policymakers and the media

  • Award winner: Fearghal McGarry
  • Institution: Queen's University Belfast
  • Value: £104,312

Documentary film, public history and education in Northern Ireland

  • Award winner: John Shaw
  • Institution: University of Edinburgh
  • Value: £110,5

Reconnecting with Gaelic Scotland's community traditions: the legacy of Calum Iain Maclean's collecting

  • Award winner: Phillipp Schofield
  • Institution: Aberystwyth University
  • Value: £113,988

Exploring outreach through medieval seals

Compositions for cochlear implantees follow-on project

  • Award winner: James Leach
  • Institution: University of Aberdeen
  • Value: £119,713

Enhancing choreographic objects (EChO)


  • Award winner: Yvonne Perrie
  • Institution: Aston University
  • Value: £108,173

Investigation of the biological response to pharmaceutical excipients during drug absorption

British Safety Council

Design a psychometric assessment tool to measure propensity for unsafe/risky behaviour at work


Dissecting the biological risk factors in developmental dyslexia


Research Project Grants


Johannes Klatt's Jaina-Onomasticon

  • Award winner: Martin Thomas
  • Institution: University of Exeter
  • Value: £148,566

The rhetoric of empire: managing imperial conflict between Britain and France


National Institute for Health Research Health Technology Assessment programme

TARGIT-B: an international randomised controlled trial to compare targeted intra-operative radiotherapy boost with conventional external beam radiotherapy boost after lumpectomy for breast cancer in women with a high risk of local recurrence

This new technique delivers radiotherapy to the tissues at highest risk of recurrence - the tumour bed - at the time of surgery in a single session. Long-term analysis of the first 300 patients treated with this technique found a remarkably low recurrence rate. TARGIT boost will be compared with conventional boost to test its superiority, with the primary outcome local recurrence of cancer at five years.

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