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Earliest award date
17 Oct 2005
Latest award date
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Chloroquine/Hydroxychloroquine prevention of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in the healthcare setting; a randomised, placebo-controlled prophylaxis study (COPCOV)
There is no proven treatment, chemoprophylaxis or vaccine for COVID-19. This is the most serious pandemic emergency for 100 years. Healthcare workers are being affected disproportionately in the continuing epidemic threatening an imminent breakdown of health services. Chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine are safe and well-tolerated medications which can be taken for years without adverse effects.Bo… more
Amount: £6,920,135
Amount: £1,157,238
ISARIC
<p style="margin-left: 0cm; margin-right: 0cm">The International Severe Acute Respiratory and emerging Infections Consortium (ISARIC) is a federation of clinical research networks&nbsp;whose aim is to prevent illness and deaths from infectious diseases outbreaks. This aim is supported by two key objectives: (i) To generate and disseminate clinical research evidence for outbreak-prone infectious d… more
Amount: £3,099,568
Amount: £1,171,479
Innovative biomedical engineering and computational science to improve the management of critical illness in resource-limited settings
<p>Our project&rsquo;s primary objective is to provide proof-of-principle that new technology can help improve the care of critically ill patients with infectious diseases in resource-limited settings. To achieve this objective we will develop a new inter-disciplinary &lsquo;innovations for critical care&rsquo; team within Oxford University Clinical Research Unit (OUCRU), a Wellcome Africa Asia P… more
Amount: £2,526,611
Innovative biomedical engineering and computational science to improve the management of critical illness in resource-limited settings
<p>Our project&rsquo;s primary objective is to provide proof-of-principle that new technology can help improve the care of critically ill patients with infectious diseases in resource-limited settings. To achieve this objective we will develop a new inter-disciplinary &lsquo;innovations for critical care&rsquo; team within Oxford University Clinical Research Unit (OUCRU), a Wellcome Africa Asia P… more
Amount: £1,503,910
Circuit Mechanisms of Learning and Decision Making
<p>Decision making concerns every aspect of our lives. Despite substantial progress in understanding the brain regions involved in learning and decision making, the neuronal circuits that govern choice behaviour have remained elusive. This proposal aims at studying precise neuronal circuits underlying learning and decision making. We will focus on frontostriatal neuronal circuits, and how neuromo… more
Amount: £1,178,460
Plasmodium vivax Volunteer Infection Studies in Thailand
<p>Vivax malaria remains a major global health problem. Because of the existence of a hypnozoite stage and the clinical relapses this causes, elimination strategies are more difficult to design and implement successfully than for falciparum malaria. Vaccines and new well-tolerated&nbsp;anti-relapse drugs are badly needed. To accelerate vaccine&nbsp;development, we will develop and assess the feas… more
Amount: £1,523,437
Amount: £2,000,000
Neuroscience
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Amount: £2,980,000
Amount: £2,460,000
Amount: £2,228,000
Amount: £1,137,787
Amount: £3,000,000
Amount: £2,720,000
Amount: £2,580,000
Structural insights into the Rifin protein family of the malaria parasite
<p>Members of the RIFIN family of <em>Plasmodium falciparum</em> are expressed on the surfaces of infected erythrocytes, where they are one of the few surface protein families exposed to the host immune system. They are members of a broader protein family, including the stevors, virs and pirs that are expressed across malaria parasites. This project aims towards the structure of the extracellular… more
Amount: £2,000
Defining host and viral factors that are associated with hepatitis B virus control and clearance in Caucasian and African adults.
HBV accounts for a significant global burden of liver disease. This project is founded on the urgent need to characterise T cell responses in order to enhance our understanding of differential outcomes of infection, and underpin future immunotherapeutic strategies. I will recruit a multi-centre cohort of adults with chronic hepatitis B infection (CHB) in Africa and the UK, to study factors associ… more
Amount: £1,023,974