Congratulations to all members of the Department who have recently been awarded research grants. Here is our round-up of the latest funding successes.
Please note, this list comprises awards that have recently been set up on College’s grants management system, with some manual additions. It may not, therefore, include all new grants awarded to Principal Investigators in the Department.
|Principal Investigator(s)||Proposal Dept/Group||Funder||Funding Scheme||Proposal Title||Awarded Amount (£)|
|Professor Paul Matthews||Clinical Neurology||UK DRI Ltd||N/A||GeoMX DSP Analysis Instrument – UK DRI reference CAP-RESEQ2021-02||77,500|
|Dr Yu Ye, Dr Sam Barnes, Dr Michael Morten, Dr Carola Radulescu||Neuroscience||UK DRI Ltd||UK DRI Collaborative Single Cell and Spatial Transcriptomics Studies Award Programme – Request for Proposals||Quantitative single-cell spatial expression profiling of dysfunctional neurons in situ using a multiplexed super-resolution technique||9,996|
|Dr Marco Brancaccio||Neuroscience||ONO Pharmaceuticals Co Ltd||N/A||Investigating Circadian Dysfunction in IPSC-Derived Astrocyte-Neuronal Cultures Isolated from Alzheimer’s Disease Patients||595,395|
|Professor Payam Barnaghi||Clinical Neurology||UK DRI Ltd / MRC||MRC Capital Bid||Infrastructure for a Trusted Research Environment to Support Cost-effective and Flexible Processing of Healthcare Data||471,865|
|Dr Martina Di Simplicio||Psychiatry||National Institute for Health Research||Invention for Innovation – Digital Health Technologies for Children and Young People’s Mental Health Expression of Interest||A co-design project and early evaluation of a mobile app (Imaginator) supporting young people with reducing self-harm.||149,997|
|Professor David Nutt||Psychiatry||ORCHARD||N/A||Evaluating the effects of the 5-HT2A agonist psilocybin on the neurocognitive, neuroimaging, and clinical correlates of compulsivity: a within-subject fixed-order placebo-controlled single-dose pharmacological-challenge feasibility study||120,000|
|Professor Paola Piccini||Clinical Neurology||Lund University||N/A||Stem-PD: Nicolas Lao-Kaim||52,916|