NIHR School for Primary Care Research grant16 December 2011Jeremy Horwood and Gene Feder with colleagues have received a grant of £199,269 for chronic kidney disease management research from NIHR School for Primary Care Research.
MRC grant for HIV prognosis research1 December 2011Jonathan Sterne, Margaret May and 25 co-applicants from other countries have been awarded £585,000 by the MRC to fund research into the prognosis of HIV-positive patients treated with antiretroviral therapy.
Grant award from Cochrane Collaboration1 December 2011Jonathan Sterne, Jelena Savovic, with Barney Reeves (School of Clinical Sciences) and colleagues have been awarded a £70,000 grant by the Cochrane Collaboration.
Children of the 90s art online2 November 2011ALSPAC will be celebrating its 21st birthday in 2012 with an art exhibition that has been programmed as part of the Wellcome Trust's 75th anniversary celebrations.
General practice can help domestic violence victims1 November 2011Lancet study shows training and support for GPs, practice nurses and GP receptionists can substantially increase the identification of women experiencing domestic violence and their referral to specialist advocacy services.
Above & Beyond award7 October 2011Richard Martin and Jenny Donovan with Jeremy Tavare, Jane Blazeby, Colette Reid and Axel Walther have been awarded £44,840 from Above & Beyond.
World Cancer Research Fund award7 October 2011Richard Martin with Jeff Holly, Jenny Donovan, David Gunnell, Sarah Lewis, Tom Palmer, and George Davey Smith has been awarded £224,387 by the World Cancer Research Fund.
USA National Institutes of Health award9 September 2011Richard Martin and Emily Oken (PIs), with co-investigators John Henderson and George Davey Smith, have been awarded $2.27 million from the USA National Institutes for Health.
School researchers have success with fellowship awards9 September 2011School researchers have had a fantastic run of success in the recent round of fellowship awards. Many congratulations to those who have been awarded doctoral and post-doctoral fellowships over the last couple of months.
Multiple Risk Behaviour Symposium - 9 Sept 201128 July 2011A one day symposium which will bring together international and national experts on a wide range of adolescent behaviours including: smoking, alcohol use and hazardous drinking, illicit drug use, unsafe sex and behaviours leading to injuries.
British Heart Foundation award7 June 2011School awarded £130,493 by the British Heart Foundation to study “Modifiable early life determinants of adolescent NAFLD and its association with metabolic and vascular traits”
£250,00 Wellcome Trust funding award13 March 2011£250,000 award by the Wellcome Trust to examine whether measures in cord blood can be used to predict long term offspring phenotype in key health related areas.
£222,000 award13 March 2011£222,000 award by the Chief Scientist Office of Scotland
£1.5 million award by the NIHR13 March 2011Awarded £1.5 million by the NIHR Public Health Research Programme for the Active For Life Year 5 (AFLY5) school based randomised controlled trial
Visiting Professorships awarded11 March 2011Several eminent individuals have been awarded Visiting Professorships in the School of Social and Community Medicine.
$120,000 Funding Award22 February 2011Genetic variation and gene-environment influences in autistic-like traits.
Professor Tony Ades awarded £600,00021 January 2011Professor Tony Ades has been awarded £600,000 for the "National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence Clinical Guidelines Technical Support Unit".