Currently active Research Grants
£22,000 Department of Health, Improved Access to Psychological Therapies Programme: Tender for defining competencies for brief dynamic therapy – Dynamic Interpersonal Therapy (DIT) (PI: Alessandra Lemma, co-PIs Mary Target, Malcolm Allen, Jeremy Clark and Peter Fonagy)
£67,570 Central and East London CLRN Programme support for START (Systemic Therapy for At Risk Teens): A National Randomized Controlled Trial to Evaluate Multisystemic Therapy in the UK Context through Camden & Islington NHS Foundation Trust (PI: Peter Fonagy, with Steve Pilling, Stephen Butler & Peter Fuggle)
£249,669 NIHR Research for Patient Benefit (RfPB) Programme A Randomized Controlled Trial of Mentalization Based Therapy against Specialist Supportive Clinical Management in patients with both Eating Disorders and symptoms of Borderline Personality Disorder , (with Dr Paul Robinson, PI)
£802,267 from National Institute for Clinical Excellence to British Psychological Society for Extension of CORE Clinical Effectiveness and Guidance Programme (with Dr Steve Pilling (PI) and Prof Susan Michie)
$110,000 from the Hope for Depression Foundation for Understanding Abnormal Cortical Activation in Infants of Depressed Mothers – A Randomized Controlled Study (with Pasco Fearon (PI), Peter Fonagy, Michelle Sleed and Tessa Baradon as co-PI's)
£1,030,241 from Department of Children, Schools and Families for A national Randomized Controlled Trial of Multisystemic Therapy in England (Peter Fonagy (PI) and 9 other senior collaborators)
£5,450,000 from NHS Health Technology Assessment (HTA) programme for A Randomised Controlled Trial of Brief Psychodynamic Psychotherapy (BPP), Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) and Treatment as Usual (TAU) in adolescents with moderate to severe depression attending routine child and adolescent mental health clinics (with Ian Goodyer (PI), Peter Fonagy is lead co-PI) (£2,490,000 from HTA plus £2,960,000 NHS support costs)
£1,495,493 from Department of Children, Schools and Families for An Evaluation of the Targeted Mental Health in Schools (TMHS) Programme (with Dr Miranda Wolpert (PI) and 9 other senior collaborators)
£5,434,000 from National Institute for Clinical Excellence to British Psychological Society for Extension of CORE Clinical Effectiveness and Guidance Programme (with Dr Steve Pilling (PI) and Prof Susan Michie)
£330,721 from Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) for Domain specific systems in infant processing of emotion expressions: Testing novel predictions from pedagogy theory (with Dr Pasco Fearon (PI) and Professor George Gergely).
£325,000 from Department of Education and Skills for Implementing a coherent Framework for Recognition, Assessment and Management of Emotional Abuse (FRAMEA) (with Dr Danya Glaser (PI) and Dr Robert Senior).
€3,100,000 from EU Marie Curie Research Training Award for European-wide interdisciplinary project on Disorders & Coherence of the Embodied Self (DISCOS) involving nine sites across Europe (distributed across 9 sites, €344,000 London site total) (with Prof Thomas Fuchs (PI) and 7 other senior collaborators).
£206,000 from Big Lottery Fund Award for Randomised controlled trial of Parent-Infant Psychotherapy (PIP).(PI)
£344,000 from Department for Education and Skills for Mellow Parenting Programme to Support the Parenting of Mothers with Personality Disorder (with Dr Janet Feigenbaum (PI)).