Evaluating whether enterovirus infections in the pancreas trigger the immune system response that causes type 1 diabetes. (360G-MasonicCharitableFdn-RG000002)

Identifying how low level but persistent viral infections in the pancreas affect the functioning of the insulin-producing beta cells and whether they directly trigger the immune system attack that leads to the development of type 1 diabetes.

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Grant Details

Amount Awarded 50000
Award Date 2016-04-20
Beneficiary Location: Country Code GB
Funding Org: Alternate Name MCF
Funding Org: Charity Number 1164703
Funding Org: City London
Funding Org: Company Number 09751836
Funding Org: Country United Kingdom
Funding Org: County London
Funding Org: Department Charity Grants
Funding Org: Description MCF Community Support grants for charities help people experiencing poverty and disadvantage, sickness and disability or barriers to education and employment. Masonic Charitable Foundation is a membership based grantmaking foundation.
Funding Org: Postal Code WC2B 5AZ
Funding Org: Street Address 60 Great Queen Street
Funding Org: Web Address https://mcf.org.uk/
Grant Programme: Title Research
Masonic Province Devon
Recipient Org: Charity Number 295716
Recipient Org: Country Great Britain
Recipient Org: County Devon
Recipient Org: Description Evaluating whether low-level enterovirus infections in the pancreas triggers the immune system response that causes Type 1 Diabetes.
Recipient Org: Postal Code EC1V 2PT