Grant Winners

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Grant Winners


NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR HEALTH RESEARCH

Health Technology Assessment Programme

Award winner: Jason Waugh

Institution: Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Value: Pounds 554,488

How accurate is spot urinary protein:creatinine ratio (SPCr) and spot albumin:creatinine ratio (SACr) compared to 24-hour protein estimation to assess women with hypertensive disease in pregnancy after 24 weeks' gestation?

Award winner: Wei Shen Lim

Institution: Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust

Value: Pounds 1,658,057

Double-blinded randomised controlled trial of early low-dose steroids in patients admitted to hospital with influenza infection during a pandemic

Health Services Research and the Service Delivery and Organisation Programme

Award winner: Peter Fleming

Institution: University of Bristol

Value: Pounds 384,600

A neonatal discharge package to increase parental confidence in caring for their infant

Award winner: Ellen Nolte

Institution: RAND Europe (Cambridge office)

Value: Pounds 66,638

Rapid evidence synthesis on effectiveness and efficiency of initiatives for reducing length of stay in hospitals

ACTION MEDICAL RESEARCH

Award winner: John Gibson

Institution: University of Cambridge

Value: Pounds 91,290

Management of kidney complications in children with sickle cell disease

Award winner: Marian Ludgate

Institution: Cardiff University

Value: Pounds 107,853

Thyroid function screening during pregnancy: benefits for child development?

Award winner: Janet Eyre

Institution: Newcastle University

Value: Pounds 109,372

Upper limb rehabilitation for children with hemiplegic cerebral palsy

ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL RESEARCH COUNCIL

Professorial Fellowship Awards

Award winner: Patrick Haggard

Institution: University College London

Value: Pounds 228,062

Volition, agency and responsibility

Award winner: Mika Kivimaki

Institution: University College London

Value: Pounds 448,599

Determinants of healthy ageing in the Whitehall II study

Award winner: Shalom Lappin

Institution: King's College London

Value: Pounds 458,110

The probabilistic representation of linguistic knowledge

Award winner: Carol Propper

Institution: Imperial College London

Value: Pounds 481,308

The market and healthcare production

IN DETAIL

Marie Curie Actions

Initial Training Networks

Award winner Alison Walker

Institution University of Bath

Value EUR4 million (Pounds 3. …

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