Bloomsbury Institute for Intensive Care Medicine




British Heart Foundation Project Grant (M Singer with L Clapp)  Regulation of vascular KATP channels in sepsis


NIHR Research for Patient Benefit (RfPB) programme (M Singer and G Bellingan with M Grocott, P Meade, M Mythen, A Oshowa) RCT of the utility of Cardiopulmonary Exercise (CPX) testing for preoperative risk stratification to guide perioperative care and thereby reduce postoperative morbidity.


Wellcome Trust Seeding Drug Discovery Award (M Singer with J Leiper, S Caddick, N MacDonald) Dimethylarginine dimethylaminohydrolase-1 inhibition in sepsis.


Health Foundation and Academy of Medical Sciences Clinician Scientist Fellowship Award for Dr G Ackland Cellular and humoral mechanisms associated with improving surgical outcomes.


European Commission (M Singer with Dr G Bertolini, Dr F Brunkhorst and others)

PROSAFE - PROmoting patient SAFEty and quality improvement in critical care


MRC Industrial Collaborative studentship for Dr N Ekbal [£83,910] Continuous monitoring of the adequacy of organ perfusion using NADH fluorescence


Wellcome Clinical Training Fellowship for Dr S Harris Do measures of duration and trajectory of illness refine definitions of sepsis phenotypes, and the criteria used to time triage to Intensive Care?


NIHR Health Technology Assessment Programme (M Singer with K Rowan, D Harrison, et al) Protocolised Management In Sepsis (ProMISe): a multicentre, randomised controlled trial of the clinical and cost-effectiveness of early protocolised resuscitation for emerging septic shock


NIHR Clinical Doctoral Research Fellowship for  C Black The feasibility and predictive value of monitoring exercise capacity in patients recovering from critical illness in intensive care.


Wellcome Trust-NIHR Health Innovation Challenge Fund Award (M Singer, with Dr A Obeid, Prof S Morris) Tissue oxygen monitoring for detecting impending shock states and guiding therapy in the critically ill and those at high-risk.


MRC Clinical Training Fellowship for Dr S Saeed The role of mitochondrial biogenesis in muscle function recovery in critical illness


Wellcome Clinical Training Fellowship for Dr N Arulkumaran The P2X7 receptor and sepsis-induced acute kidney injury


NIHR Efficacy and Mechanism Evaluation Programme Award (M Singer with A Gordon, D Ashby, D McAuley, R Orme and G Perkins) An efficacy and mechanism evaluation study of Levosimendan for the Prevention of Acute oRgan Dysfunction in Sepsis (LeoPARDS)


European Union FP7 Grant (G Bellingan with others) CD73 in Acute Lung Injury


MRC Developmental Pathway Funding (DPFS) Award  (M Singer, with CE Cooper, B Reeder et al) Engineering a new generation of blood substitutes