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Prizes and Awards

Grants

UVRG-funded post holder (as principal or co-applicant)
Amount
Funder
Project title
Year
Phillippa Cumberland
£65,565.00
Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity
Developmental testing of novel assessment and intervention strategies for children with cerebral visual impairment.
2012
Phillippa Cumberland 
£51,771.00 National Eye Research Centre
Visual function and refractive error in adult life: the UK BIOBANK Eye Study
2012
Phillippa Cumberland
£169,948.00
Fight for Sight
Functional Vision (FV) and Vision-related quality of life (VQoL) of children and young people: development of age-appropriate patient reported outcome measures (PROMs) for use in paediatric ophthalmology.
2012
Phillippa Cumberland £73,319.00 Fight for Sight Development of a development of novel vision-related quality of life instrument for use with visually-impaired children between the ages of 10 and 15 years 2011
Phillippa Cumberland £212,624.00 Guide Dogs for the Blind Association Study of Optimal ‘Perimetric Testing in Children (OPTIC)’ 2010
Phillippa Cumberland £ 4,500.00 via BRC for Ophthalmology, Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust Visual Impairment due to Adverse Drug Reactions 2009
Phillippa Cumberland £4,500.00 MRC Centre for Epidemiology of Child Health Visual Impairment due to Adverse Drug Reactions 2009
Lola Solebo
£21,415.00 NIHR Biomedical Research Centre for Paediatrics, UCL Institute of Child Health / Great Ormond Street Hospital Project Grant A national study of intra-ocular lens implantation in children under 2 years  2009-2011


Daniel
Kelberman




£25,000.00


Micro and Anophthalmic Children's Society

Multi-Eye-Gene genetic test for improved genetic diagnosis and management of congenital eye defects and childhood blindness using next generation sequencing technology.






2012


Daniel
Kelberman




£25,000.00


Rosetree's Trust

Multi-Eye-Gene genetic test for improved genetic diagnosis and management of congenital eye defects and childhood blindness using next generation sequencing technology.




2012


Daniel
Kelberman




£61,804.00

Moorfield's Eye Hospital Special Trustees


Multi-Eye-Gene genetic test for improved genetic diagnosis and management of congenital eye defects and childhood blindness using next generation sequencing technology.


2012


Daniel
Kelberman




£166,412.00
NIHR UCLH/UCL (CBRC), GOSH/ICH BRC and MEH/IOO BRC (UCL Partners)


Congenial superior oblique weakness: clinical findings, MRI and genes.


2010
Daniel Kelberman £6,842.00

University of London

Central Research Fund project grant

Investigation of the genetic causes of congenital eye defects 2009
Daniel Kelberman £138,300.00 Action Medical Research (PhD studentship)
Investigating genetic causes of congenital eye defects to support clinical diagnosis and management 2009
Daniel Kelberman £12,000.00 via BRC for Paediatricians, Great Ormond Street Hospital NHS Trust
Identification of genes involved in complex birth defects involving the eye and pituitary development  
Daniel Kelberman £87,000.00 Fight for Sight (PhD studentship)
Investigating the molecular mechanisms that cause glaucoma: the LMX1B pathway  
Daniel Kelberman £5,000.00 GOSH/ICH Investigating the molecular mechanisms that cause glaucoma: the LMX1B pathway  
Daniel Kelberman £5,000.00 MEH/IOO Investigating the molecular mechanisms that cause glaucoma: the LMX1B pathway  

Prizes

UVRG-funded post holder (as prize holder)
Award name/type
Year
Daniel Kelberman ICH's Director’s Travel Fund 2011
Lola Solebo
European Ophthalmological Society (SOE)
SOE Award for best submitted paper, Royal College of Ophthalmologists Annual Congress
2013
Lola Solebo Royal College of Ophthalmologists' AMO Prize 2011
Lola Solebo ICH's Dean’s Travel Fund 2011
Lola Solebo UCL's Graduate school student conference award 2011
Phillippa Cumberland American Academy of Ophthalmology's Best poster award 2010
Lola Solebo UCL's Graduate School Student Conference Award 2009
Lola Solebo Institute of Child Health Travel Award 2009
Phillippa Cumberland ICH's Dean’s Travel Fund 2008
Phillippa Cumberland Royal Statistical Society Award
2008
Say Soriano American Association of Neurosurgeons's Journal of NeuroOncology Award for the best oncology talk of the year 2011 2011
Say Soriano Western Imaging Centre, University of Cincinnati's Travel Grant 2010

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