Funding successes: July 2020

Congratulations to Professor Gary Frost on his recent funding success.

Well done to all Principal Investigators in the Department who have recently been awarded research grants. Here is our monthly round-up of funding successes*.

Proposal Dept/Group Infoed PI Name Student Infoed Sponsor Infoed Proposal Title Infoed Awarded Value
Institute of Reproductive and Developmental Biology Johnson, Professor Mark The Mother and Child Foundation A prospective study of perinatal outcomes in 20,000 pregnancies to provide an evidence base for the prevention of neurodevelopmental disorders 65000
CSM and Bioinformatics Griffin, Professor Julian University of Utrecht GOLIATH – EU Framework 2020 grant 191173
Endocrinology Salem, Dr Victoria British Society for Neuroendocrinology In vivo imaging of vagal sensory neurons in response to hormone signaling 7000
Endocrinology Murphy, Professor Kevin Society for Endocrinology Determining the mechanisms by which neurotensin improves glucose homeostasis 8330
Institute of Reproductive and Developmental Biology Bennett, Professor Phillip Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust: Research Capability Funding (RCF) Women’s Health Research Centre Research Capability funding for the year 2020-2021 71987
Endocrinology Dhillo, Professor Waljit Rosetrees Trust Using aptamer-based technology to revolutionise the diagnosis and management of endocrine disorders 25000
Endocrinology Frost, Professor Gary Lina Alqarni Royal Embassy Of Saudi Arabia Lina Alqarni – Assessing metabolic profiling strategies for clinical nutritional management of cardiovascular disease risk 48400

*Dude, where’s my grant? A disclaimer:

To ensure the quality and accuracy of the information published on this blog, we source our data directly from the College’s strategic reporting dashboards, relating to FoM. This means that, typically, we only include awards on this list which have been set up on the College’s grants management system, in accordance with the Joint Research Office’s policies and processes. As a result, there may be a delay in promoting some awards.

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