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17 Oct 2005
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Amount: £200,000
In Their Own Voices: Vulnerabilities & Abilities of Women, Children, & Families in Health Research
<p>As REACH enters its second year, we have an exciting opportunity to use our early findings and to expand our use of visual methods to spark wider community and public debate about the ethical issues arising in research with women, children&nbsp;and their families in contexts of poverty and gender inequality. This proposal complements existing Africa and Asia Programme provisions for public eng… more
Amount: £140,079
Amount: £150,000
An Extended Pilot for the Human Cell Atlas: Adult tissues, human development and inflammation-mediated pathologies
<p>The Human Cell Atlas (HCA) is an international, collaborative effort that &ldquo;&hellip;aims to define all human cell types in terms of their distinctive patterns of gene expression, physiological states, developmental trajectories, and location&rdquo;.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>Here, we will contribute directly to the first phase of the HCA by forming an &lsquo;extended pilot&rsquo; to implemen… more
Amount: £389,335
Flexible task representations for intelligent behavior
<p>A long research tradition in cognitive neuroscience has investigated the role of the prefrontal cortex (PFC) in flexible goal-directed behaviour. This work has yielded important insights, e.g., that the PFC&rsquo;s coding properties flexibly adapt when task demands change&nbsp;to prioritise goal-relevant information. However,&nbsp;it relies primarily upon the use&nbsp;of familiar and explicitl… more
Amount: £250,000
Metabolic Characterization of Natural Killer T Cell responses to sterile, hypoxic injury
<p>It has been described that&nbsp;ischemia-reperfusion injury (IRI), such as during&nbsp;organ transplantation,&nbsp;evokes damaging sterile inflammation and secondary tissue injury that is&nbsp;dependent on iNKT cell activation, but the underlying mechanisms remain elusive.&nbsp;Similarly, in sickle cell disease (SCD)&nbsp;mice,&nbsp;RBC sickling and widely disseminated microvascular ischemia&n… more
Amount: £250,000
Mesh Community Engagement Network
<p>Mesh Community Engagement Network (<u>www.mesh-ce.org</u>) is a collaborative open-access webspace and networking project for people involved in community&nbsp;engagement with global health research (CE). Building on a successful pilot, we propose a new three-year strategic approach with a&nbsp;focus on measuring impact, using a <em>Theory of Change</em>&nbsp;to provide clarity on how we expec… more
Amount: £243,993
Global Environmental (in)Activism: a Multi-sited Ethnography of Industrial Pollution, Illness and Community Resistance in Italy and Taiwan
<p>The research proposed is a multi-sited ethnographic investigation into the relationship between industrial pollution as a health threat and the ongoing social, political, and moral struggle of two communities living in close proximity to polluting sites. Through a comparative study of the people of Taranto, Italy, and Tainan, Taiwan, this project seeks to explore the political dimensions of en… more
Amount: £141,231
Amount: £100,000
Implementation of ISARICC's 2018-2022 Strategic Plan
<p>Bridging funds for transition to ISARICC's 2018-2022 Strategic Plan</p>
Amount: £144,634
Assessing the safety of low dose primaquine in Plasmodium falciparum infected African children with glucose 6 phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency
<p>Malaria remains a major problem in tropical countries, especially in Africa. Insecticide treated bednets and new powerful antimalarial drugs have led to a reduction in the number of malaria deaths. However malaria control remains poor in many areas, and if we are to eliminate and eventually eradicate the disease from the world we will require the use of all the tools at our disposal.<br>One po… more
Amount: £363,765
The Opie archive: exploring play in Britain from the 1950s to the 1980s
<p>This project focuses on the archive of internationally renowned folklorists Iona (b. 1923) and Peter Opie (1918-1982). The Opies' landmark publications were based on information contributed by some 20,000 children from schools all over Britain, in response to three surveys (c.1950&ndash;80), supplemented by the Opies&rsquo; own in-depth observation and sound recording, of a wide variety of gam… more
Amount: £102,382
Understanding the functional role of GABA across the human motor network
<p>Understanding the functional role of GABA across the human motor network</p>
Amount: £214,011
Oxford - Cellular Structural Biology
<p>Oxford - Cellular Structural Biology</p>
Amount: £131,616
Oxford - OXION
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Amount: £131,616
Oxford - Immunology, Infection and Translational Medicine
<p>Oxford - Immunology, Infection and Translational Medicine</p>
Amount: £131,616
Oxford - Genomic Medicine and Statistics
<p>Oxford - Genomic Medicine and Statistics</p>
Amount: £131,616
Oxford - Cellular Structural Biology
<p>Oxford - Cellular Structural Biology</p>
Amount: £131,616
Amount: £131,616