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Major Grants

Spring 2018

  • Professor David Isenberg (Rheumatology) Arthritis Research UK Centre for Adolescent Rheumatology at UCL, UCLH and GOSH NHS Trusts £2,1M
  • Professor Claudia Mauri (Rheumatology)  £320,555 Investigating the clinical utility of the type-I interferon signature as a predictive biomarker for response to rituximab, and understanding how it drives B cell dysfunction in SLE. ARUK
  • Dr. Marc Lipman (Respiratory) £763,745 (IMPACT) Intervening with a manualised package to achieve treatment adherence in people with tuberculosis. NIHR
  • Professor Stuart Taylor (Medical Imaging) £291,326 The causes of constipation: reclassifying constipation using MRI and high resolution manometry to define mechanism of disease and target treatment. MRC
  • Dr. Shonit Punwani (Medical Imaging) £844,516 MICA: The exploitation of a novel image-based risk stratification tool in early"  MRC (Part of Prof Emberton's MRC MICA award Total amount awarded £5,179,122.80)
  • Dr. Richard Day (Applied Biomedical Engineering Group): £240,341 "Pre-Clinical Evaluation of a Myoblast Delivery Product for Muscle Regeneration"    MRC
  • Dr. Jo Porter (Respiratory): £257,076 TRC Clinical Fellowship NIHR/UCLH         

Winter 2017

  • Prof Samuel Janes (Respiratory)       £19,775,204 “Lung Cancer Screening Cohort For Training And Validation Of The Grail Test” GRAIL INC
  • Prof Michael Hausser (WIBR) £1,998,000  International Brain Laboratory Wellcome Trust
  • Prof Vittorio Bellotti (Amyloidosis) £1,092,251 “Characterization of the critical mechano-enzymatic reactions controlling the formation of TTR amyloid fibrils” UCL Technology Fund
  • Prof David Isenberg (Rheumatology) co-I with Prof Hannah Cohen £955,094 “Rivaroxaban versus warfarin for stroke patients with antiphospholipid syndrome” Arthritis Research UK
  • Prof Jeremy Brown  (Respiratory) £905,636 “Universal protection against Streptococcus pneumoniae by recombinant glycoconjugate vaccines” MRC           
  • Dr David Williams  £889,067 “Paternal obesity-associated DNA methylation: an investigation” MRC
  • Dr. Shonit Punwani (Medical Imaging) co-I with Prof Daniel Alexander  £774,254 “Learning MRI and histology image mappings for cancer diagnosis and prognosis” EPSRC
  • Dr Andrew Plumb (Medical Imaging) £581,643       NIHR Post Doctoral Fellowship
  • Prof Michael Hausser (WIBR) £484,137 “Life Sciences-Simons Collaboration on the Global Brain Research Award” Simons Foundation
  • Dr. Deepak Chandrasekharan (Lungs for Living, UCL Respiratory) Fellowship.  £309,724 “Middle Ear Stem Cells And The Immune System Interaction In The Pathogenesis Of Chronic Otitis Media” Wellcome Trust
  • Prof Samuel Janes (Respiratory) £309,724 “Middle Ear Stem Cells And The Immune System Interaction In The Pathogenesis Of Chronic Otitis Media” Wellcome Trust
  • Dr Adam Pennycuick (Respiratory)  £274,910 “UCL Wellcome Trust PhD Programme for Clinicians” Wellcome Trust
  • Dr Sahota Jagdeep £257,076 BRC Translation Research Fellowship
  • Dr Richard Day (Cardiovascular Biology) £252,020 “Pre-Clinical Evaluation of a Myoblast Delivery Product for Muscle Regeneration” MRC        
  • Prof Samuel Janes (Respiratory) £235,800 “Understanding the mechanisms that govern the progression of pre-malignant lesions to invasive cancer” UCLH Charity     
  • Dr Richard Day (Cardiovascular Biology) £229,748 “H20:20 The Discoveries Ctr” E.U
  • Dr Bernard Khoo (Neuroendocrinology) £226,913 “The effects of PP 1420 on Hepatic Insulin Resistance in Pancreatic Diabetes” J P Moulton Charitable Foundation
  • Dr Liz Jury (Rheumatology) £200,866 “Understanding the role of lipid-regulated LXR mediated networks in driving pathogenic T cells in people with multiple sclerosis” MS Society

 

Summer 2017

  • Dr Jennifer Rohn, Nephrology, Private Individuals, "Analysing the urinary bacterial community in patients with chronic urinary tract infection" £1,434,652
  • Professor Jeremy Brown, Respiratory, MRC, “Universal protection against Streptococcus pneumonia by recombinant glycoconjugate vaccines” £905,636
  • Dr. Shonit Punwani, Medical Imaging, UCLH, "Imaging Trials Group" £800,000
  • Dr Marc Lipman, Respiratory Medicine , NIHR National Institute for Health Research, "Improving Adherence to Treatment for Tuberculosis" £738,038Dr Ashutosh Wechalekar, Inflammation , Amgen Europe GmbH, "A Phase study of Carfilzomib-Thalidomide-Dexamethasone in Patients with Relapsed Refractory Amyloidosis" £487,645
  • Professor Ashley Groves, Nuclear Medicine, Reta Lila Weston, "Establishing the relationship between host gut microbiota and microglia activation in patients with early amyotrophic lateral sclerosis" £448,000
  • Dr. Deepak Chandrasekharan, Respiratory Medicine, Wellcome Trust, "Clinical Fellowship" £309,724
  • Dr Thirusha Lane, Inflammation, Glaxosmithkline PLC, "NAC staffing" £291,273
  • Prof Alan Salama , Nephrology, Kidney Research UK, "Investigating and targeting sodium in autoimmunity and inflammatory kidney disease" £274,554
  • Professor Ian Zachary, Cardiovascular Biology, BHF, "Role of BCAR1/P130CAS in heart development" £245,846
  • Professor Ashley Groves, Nuclear Medicine, UCLH, "Investigating PET signals in NIHR priority diseases" £244,724
  • Dr Daniel Gale, Nephrology , Kidney Research UK, "Functional Genomics of Congenital Anomalies of the Kidney and Urinary Tract" £244,273
  • Dr. Richard Day, Cardiovascular Biology, E.U., "Discoveries CTR" £229,748
  • Dr. Richard Day, Cardiovascular Biology, E.U., £229,747
  • Dr. Jo Porter (sponsor), Respiratory Medicine, NIHR Fellowship to Sahota Jagdeep £220,358

Spring 2017

  • Profs. Anisur Rahman, Ian Giles and John Ioannou (Rheumatology) , MRC Developmental Pathway Funding Scheme grant of £3.5 million
  • Kris Thielemans (Nuclear Medicine) and David Atkinson (Centre for Medical Imaging) (co-applicant), EPSRC Software Flagship projects £523,639 

Summer 2016

  • Professor Michael Hausser (WIBR) £3,514,421, Wellcome Trust Principle Research Fellowship.
  • Professor David Lomas (Centre for Respiratory Science, PI): £2,047,855, MRC Programme Grant.
  • Dr Elena Dreosti (WIBR): £1,181,701 Wellcome Trust  Sir Henry Dale Fellowship, ‘The neural circuits of social preference’
  • Dr Shonit Punwani (Centre for Medical Imaging): £330,085  EU  Horizon 20:20 grant.
  • Professor Mark Lythgoe (CABI): £ 304,371 ESPRC project grant
  • Professor Stuart Taylor (Centre for Medical Imaging): £282,829 MRC Challenge Grant with Nottingham University.
  • Dr Shonit Punwani (Centre for Medical Imaging): £254,070 NIHR/UCLH Hyperpolariser supporting fund
  • Dr Simon Walker-Samuel (CABI) with Dr Rebecca Shipley (Mechanical Engineering): £248,126 Rosetrees Interdisciplinary Prize, ‘Developing a predictive in silico platform for CAR T-cell therapy’ 
  • Dr Marilina Antonelou (Centre for Nephrology): MRC Clinical Research Training Fellowship, £235,000 for ‘Investigating the role of myeloperoxidase as a key mediator of renal damage in crescentic glomerulonephritis and reno-cardiac disease’
  • Professor Derek Gilroy (Centre for Clinical Pharmacology & Experimental Therapeutics): £205,700 from Corbus Pharmaceuticals.
  • Dr Richard Day (Centre for Cardiovascular Biology and Medicine: CRUK grant of £194,946 (PI) for a Novel Drug-Device Adjuvant Treatment for Radical Prostatectomy  from CRUK
  • NIHR UCLH BRC grant of  £183,236 (PI) for Enhanced Manufacture & Delivery for Cell Therapy.
  • BHF grant of £175,958 (PI) for Biomaterial-Based Therapeutic Neovascularization
  • EPSRC-NIHR HTC Partnership Award of £504,951 (Co-I)  on an IMPRESS  ’Plus’ network
  • Professor David Selwood (WIBR, co-I): £169,486 BHF Translational Grant.

Spring 2016

  • Professor John Wood (Wolfson Institute for Biomedical Research, PI): ££3,631,275 million, Wellcome Trust Collaborative award .
  • Professor Jeremy Brown (Respiratory Medicine, PI): £656,722 MRC Experimental Medicine Grant 'Enhancing mucosal immunity to Streptococcus pneumoniae by nasal administration of live strains attenuated in virulence'.
  • Dr Keith Siew (Centre for Nephrology): £250,000 Sir Henry Wellcome Post-doctoral Fellowship over 4 years on “Salt, Diet and Hypertension: An Integrative in vivo physiological investigation of WNK pathway controlled renal electrolyte and blood pressure homeostasis”. Dr Siew’s research will be conducted under the sponsorship of Professor Robert Unwin at the Royal Free Campus.
  • Steve Halligan (Centre for Medical Imaging, PI), with co-Is Stuart Taylor (Centre for Medical Imaging), Stuart Bloom (Gastroenterology), Manuel Rodriguez-Justo (Pathology):  NIHR Health Technology Assessment programme £250,761 over 18 months for “Prognostic biomarkers to identify patients with severe Crohn's disease: Systematic review, meta-analysis and prognostic model with external validation.”

Winter 2015

  • Professor Sam Janes (Respiratory Medicine): £1.9 million Wellcome Senior Fellowship in Clinical Sciences for development of early detection of lung cancer earlier and improved therapeutics.
  • Dr Liam Browne (Wolfson Institute for Biomedical Research): £1.1 million Sir Henry Dale Fellowship over 5 years from the Wellcome Trust and Royal Society to investigate how the spinal cord processes sensory information from the peripheral nervous system, with a focus on applying optical methods in order to dissect the roles of molecules and cells in pain signalling.
  • Professor Claudia Mauri (Centre for Rheumatology, PI): £916, 636 Arthritis Research UK Programme Grant “Investigating the role of regulatory B cells in healthy and rheumatic diseases”.
  • Dr Nicoletta Kessaris (WIBR, PI): £547,000 from the BBSRC to examine the functions and interactions of key transcriptional regulators in cortical interneuron development (October 2015)
  • Professor David Selwood (WIBR, PI): ”$804,767 from Fast Forward/American National MS Society (UCL Ref: 000025536) with David Baker (QMUL) on “Lead optimization of a novel MS drug for nerve loss- selective cyclophilin D inhibitors.
  • £396,422 British Heart Foundation Translational Award (co-I) “Lead optimisation of novel small molecule natriuretic receptor (NPR)-C agonists for the treatment of myocardial infarction”. With Adrian Hobbs (PI, QMUL)
  • Dr Ross Breckenridge (Centre for Clinical Pharmacology, PI): £201 992 British Heart Foundation Project Grant “Coronary microvasculature and hypoxia tolerance”; co-Is Ian Zachary (Centre for Cardiovascular Biology and Medicine), Simon Waddington (Institute for Women's Health)
  • Dr Richard Day (Centre for Cardiovascular Biology and Medicine, PI): £173,108 from AGA Nanotech Ltd
  • Professor Bill Richardson and Dr David Lyons, Wolfson Institute for Biomedical Research: £80,000 from the Wellcome Trust Institutional Strategic Fund for recruitment of dynamic new research groups to complement those already at UCL and to help expand the WIBR’s reputation as a centre of excellence.

Summer 2015

  • Professors Bill Richardson & Michael Hausser, Dr Nicoletta Kassaris (WIBR; Co-applicants) with Professors Harris Kenneth Harris (Institute of Neurology; PI) and Matteo Carandini (Institute of Ophthalmology; Co-I): Wellcome Trust Strategic Award for “Functional Neuromics”  £3,998,646
  • Professor Mike Ehrenstein (Centre for Rheumatology): from Arthritis Research UK/Biomedical Research Centre/GSK for “BEAT-LUPUS Clinical Trial” £1,248,994
  • Dr Tim Witney (CABI, Centre for Clinical Pharmacology): Wellcome Trust Sir Henry Dale Fellowship £1,137,496
  • Professor Chris Denton (Rheumatology and Connective Tissue Diseases): GlaxoSmithKline £400,007
  • Dr Daniel Stuckey (CABI, Centre for Clinical Pharmacology): British Heart Foundation Intermediate Basic Science Fellowship £379,561
  • Dr Marc George  (Centre for Clinical Pharmacology): Wellcome Trust Research Training Fellowship £273,288
  • Professor Mervyn Singer (Centre for Intensive Care): from the European Union FP7 & Astra Zeneca £323,801
  • Dr Tammy Kalber (CABI): from the MRC for “UKRMP Safety Hub” £160,000
  • Dr Jo Cambridge (Centre for Rheumatology): from Invest in ME for “Immunoregulation in patients with ME/CFS” £110,000
  • Dr Huiliang Li (WIBR): Royal Society Newton Fellowship £111,000.

Spring 2015

  • Professor Rajiv Jalan (Institute for Liver and Digestive Health, PI): £1.35m of a £5.9m European Union Horizon 20:20 grant on a new therapeutic for the treatment of liver cirrhosis and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.
  • Professor Alan Salama (Centre for Nephrology; co-investigator): £567,350 MRC grant on “Targeting glycans in ischaemia reperfusion”.
  • Professor Mervyn Singer (Centre for Intensive Care Medicine, PI): £428,165 European Union Grant for IMI Combacte-Magnet Consortium.
  • Dr Erik Arstad (Institute of Nuclear Medicine): £350,160 Biomedical Research Centre grant for radiopharmaceutical GMP laboratory.
  • Professor Tony Segal (Centre for Molecular Medicine, PI): £334,000 grant from the Charles Wolfson Foundation on Crohn’s Disease.
  • Dr Kris Thielemans (Institute of Nuclear Medicine, PI): £223,355 ESPRC grant for networking.
  • Dr John Ioannou (Centre for Rheumatology, PI): £206,806 Clinical Research Fellowship from Action Medical Research to fund Kate Webb for 3 years. 'Investigating the link between puberty, the immune system and juvenile systemic lupus erythematosus’.
  • Prof Justin Hsuan (Institute for Liver and Digestive Health) £200,758.00
  • GlaxoSmithKline (UCL-GSK Fibrosis Hub)
  • Professor Claudia Mauri (Centre for Rheumatology and Bloomsbury Rheumatology Unit, PI): £148,300 from Arthritis Research UK on “Manipulation of gut microiota”.

 

Winter 2014

  • Shonit Punwani (Institute of Nuclear Medicine) and Prof Mark Lythgoe (Centre for Advanced Biomedical Imaging) (co-investigators with Mark Emberton, Division of Surgery): £5.3 million grant from the MRC for Image-directed Health Care (see above).
  • Professor Sam Janes (PI): £2,282,063 (Sam Janes is the PI on this grant) DPFS/DSC MSC trial in lung cancer, MRC
  • Professor Derek Gilroy (Clinical Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics) (co-investigator with Professor Arne Akbar, Division of Infection and Immunity): £3.2 million from the MRC to investigate “Enhancing immunity and vaccination responses in older humans by targeting the p38 MAP kinase signalling pathway and vitamin D supplementation”.
  • Prof John Wood (Wolfson Institute for Biomedical Research): €800,000 (euros) for an EU Horizon 20:20 programme to investigate bone pain.
  • Professor Chris Bunker: £630,000 Project Grant from the Linbury Trust to study Skin problems in the elderly.
  • Dr Reecha Sofat: £500,000 Project Grant from the BRC to develop an Integrated strategy for Investigation of Stroke
  • Derek Gilroy (Clinical Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics) & Alastair O’Brien (Institute for Liver & Digestive Diseases): £460,000 from the MRC for “Reversal of immune suppression in cirrhosis patients by inhibiting prostaglandin E2”.
  • Dr  Jo  Porter: £383,532 GSK Clinical Fellowship for Theresia Mikolasch
  • Dr Blandine Poulet (Centre for Rheumatology and Connective Tissue Diseases): £347,901 for a 5 year Arthritis Research UK Career Development Fellowship.
  • Dr Steve Pereira: £289,722 over three years for ´Creating a rapid diagnostic pathway for patients with pancreatic cancer’ from Pancreatic Cancer UK.
  • Professor Sam Janes: £246,279, UCL Wellcome Trust PhD Programme for Clinicans for Neelam Kumar
  • Professor Derek Gilroy:  £245,588 Wellcome Trust Research Training Fellowship for Julia Flint

Summer 2014

  • Alastair O’Brien (Centre for Clinical Pharmacology & Experimental Therapeutics) Wellcome Trust/Department of Health Health Innovation Challenge Fund award £1,273,218
  • Tammy Kalber (CABI) EPSRC Early Career Fellowship £933,493
  • Jackie McRae NIHR Clinical Doctoral Research Fellowship £417,119 
  • Claudia Mauri (Centre for Rheumatology) European Commission FP7 £394,873
  • Rachel Batterham (Centre for Obesity Research) Rosetrees Trust Research Grant £360,000 
  • Laura Succony Wellcome Trust Research Training Fellowship £287,812
  • Corinne Fisher (Centre for Rheumatology)  Arthritis Research UK 4 yr Clinical Research Fellowship £286,000
  • Erik Arstad (Institute of Nuclear Medicine) European Commission FP7 £280,575
  • Gareth Ackland BJA/RCoA Research Fellowship £250,000

 

Pre-Summer 2014

  • Shonit Punwani (Institute of Nuclear Medicine) and Prof Mark Lythgoe (Centre for Advanced Biomedical Imaging) £5.3 million grant from the MRC for Image-directed Health Care. (co-investigators with Mark Emberton, Division of Surgery)
  • Professor John Wood (Wolfson Institute for Biomedical Research, PI): £3,631,275 million, Wellcome Trust Collaborative award
  • Professor Michael Hausser (WIBR) £3,514,421, Wellcome Trust Principle Research Fellowship.
  • £3.2 million from the MRC to investigate “Enhancing immunity and vaccination responses in older humans by targeting the p38 MAP kinase signalling pathway and vitamin D supplementation” Professor Derek Gilroy (Clinical Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics) (co-investigator with Professor Arne Akbar, Division of Infection and Immunity)
  • £2,282,063 MRC. Professor Sam Janes (PI):  DPFS/DSC MSC trial in lung cancer
  • Professor David Lomas (Centre for Respiratory Science, PI): £2,047,855, MRC Programme Grant.
  • Professor Rachel Batterham (PI) Sir Jules Thorn Award in Biomedical Research £1.4 million
  • £1.35m of a £5.9m European Union Horizon 20:20 grant on a new therapeutic for the treatment of liver cirrhosis and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. Professor Rajiv Jalan (Institute for Liver and Digestive Health, PI)
  • £1,273,218 Wellcome Trust/Department of Health, Health Innovation Challenge Fund, Dr Alastair O’Brien, “ATTIRE: Albumin to prevent infection in chronic liver failure”
  • Dr Elena Dreosti (WIBR): £1,181,701 Wellcome Trust  Sir Henry Dale Fellowship, ‘The neural circuits of social preference’
  • £1,127,761 Wellcome Trust Simon Walker-Samuel, Senior Research Fellowship 
  • £933,494 EPSRC Dr Tammy Kalber, Early Career Fellowship, “Generation of multi-model imaging mesenchymal stem cells”
  • £888,203 MRC. Anthony    Segal    Research Grant: “Identification and characterisation of casula molecules for Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis”
  • Professor Jeremy Brown (Respiratory Medicine, PI): £656,722 MRC Experimental Medicine Grant 'Enhancing mucosal immunity to Streptococcus pneumoniae by nasal administration of live strains attenuated in virulence'.
  • Dr Jack Wells (PI) £638,536 Wellcome Trust/Royal Society Sir Henry Dale Fellowship, ‘Imaging and activation of glymphatic clearance: a novel strategy for Alzheimer’s Disease’.
  • £628,696 (£20,191 to DoM but UCL is lead) - FP7 – William Rosenberg – ‘FLUTCORE: Development of a universal vaccine based on tandem core technology’.
  • £630,000 Project Grant from the Linbury Trust to study Skin problems in the elderly. Professor Chris Bunker:.
  • £625.000 (€800,000) EU Horizon 20:20 programme. Prof John Wood (Wolfson Institute for Biomedical Research) to investigate bone pain.
  • £577,127  BBSRC. Huiliang Li. Research Grant: Transgenic approaches to understanding astrocyte hetergeneity
  • £567,350 MRC. Professor Alan Salama (Centre for Nephrology; co-investigator): “Targeting glycans in ischaemia reperfusion”.
  • £500,000 BRC - Dr Reecha Sofat: Project Grant to develop an Integrated strategy for Investigation of Stroke
  • £475,224.31 MRC. Richard Day. Research Grant: Improved Delivery and Function of Myoblasts via Soluble TIPS Microcarriers
  • £460,000 from the MRC. Derek Gilroy (Clinical Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics) & Alastair O’Brien (Institute for Liver & Digestive Diseases): for “Reversal of immune suppression in cirrhosis patients by inhibiting prostaglandin E2”.
  • £451,939 (total award to UCL £921,359) Cancer Research UK (via King’s College London).  Prof Mark Lythgoe, Prof Ashley Groves, Dr Shonit Punwani and Dr Erik Arstad, “Comprehensive Cancer Imaging Centre (CCIC 2)”
  • £428,165 European Union Grant for IMI Combacte-Magnet Consortium. Professor Mervyn Singer (Centre for Intensive Care Medicine, PI).
  • £417,119 NIHR.  Mrs Jackie McRae, Clinical Doctoral Research Fellowship, entitled “The development of a screening instrument for dysphagia following acute cervical spinal cord injury”
  • £383,532 GSK.  Dr  Jo  Porter. Clinical Fellowship for Theresia Mikolasch.
  • £368,549  E.U.   Claudia Mauri   FP7: ATHERO-B-CELL
  • £360,000  Rosetrees Trust.  Rachel Batterham,   Research Grant: “Link between obesity gene FTO and gut hormones”
  • £350,000 Replekfarm LLC.  Dr Slavica Tudzarova-Trajkovka, Senior Research Fellowship, entitled “Exploring the potential for collaborative research related to CDC7 kinase-targeting anti-cancer therapy”
  • £350,160 Biomedical Research Centre grant for radiopharmaceutical GMP laboratory. Dr Erik Arstad (Institute of Nuclear Medicine).
  • £347,901 Arthritis Research UK Career Development Fellowship. Dr Blandine Poulet (Centre for Rheumatology and Connective Tissue Diseases): for a 5 year Arthritis Research UK Career Development Fellowship.
  • £334,000 grant from the Charles Wolfson Foundation on Crohn’s Disease.  Professor Tony Segal (Centre for Molecular Medicine, PI): 
  • Dr Shonit Punwani (Centre for Medical Imaging): £330,085  EU  Horizon 20:20 grant
  • Professor Mark Lythgoe (CABI): £ 304,371 ESPRC project grant
  • £289,722 Pancreatic Cancer UK.  Dr Steve Pereira: over three years for 'Creating a rapid diagnostic pathway for patients with pancreatic cancer'.
  • £287,812 Wellcome Trust. Dr Laura Succony, Research Training Fellowship, entitled “Defining the role of Lrig1-dependent EGFR signalling pathway inhibition in airway homeostasis and lung cancer development”
  • £287,017 Janssen. Claudia Mauri. Collaborative Research Agreement
  • £286,308  BRC    Shonit    Punwani.  BRC Cancer Programme Funding
  • £286,000  Arthritis Research UK 4 yr Clinical Research Fellowship. Corinne Fisher (Centre for Rheumatology)
  • £285,845 Prostate Cancer UK.   Shonit Punwani    Project Grant: Localising Occult prostate Cancer metastases with Advanced imaging Techniques (LOCATE)
  • £282,678 (total award to UCL £872,299) European Commision FP7 award,Dr Erik Arstad, entitled “EPITARGET”
  • Professor Stuart Taylor (Centre for Medical Imaging): £282,829 MRC Challenge Grant with Nottingham University.
  • Dr Matthew Gage (PI) £257,102 British Heart Foundation (BHF)  Project Grant “Macrophage insulin signalling enhancement in inflammation and atherosclerosis” Co-Is: Dr. Inés Pineda-torra (UCL) and Prof. Mark Kearney (Leeds University)
  • Dr Caroline Pellet-Many (PI) £256,358 BHF Project Grant  “Role of Neuropilins in the development of atherosclerosis and neointimal lesions following vascular injury”??. Co-Is: Professor Ian Zachary and Dr Ines Pineda-Torra
  • Dr Shonit Punwani (Centre for Medical Imaging): £254,070 NIHR/UCLH Hyperpolariser supporting fund
  • Professor Ian Zachary (co-I) £252,924 BHF Project Grant ?“Investigating a novel regulator of vascular calcification associated with hypertension”??PI: Dr Budhram-Mahadeo (UCL, ICH)
  • Dr Keith Siew (Centre for Nephrology): £250,000 Sir Henry Wellcome Post-doctoral Fellowship over 4 years on “Salt, Diet and Hypertension: An Integrative in vivo physiological investigation of WNK pathway controlled renal electrolyte and blood pressure homeostasis”. Dr Siew’s research will be conducted under the sponsorship of Professor Robert Unwin at the Royal Free Campus.
  • Steve Halligan (Centre for Medical Imaging, PI), with co-Is Stuart Taylor (Centre for Medical Imaging), Stuart Bloom (Gastroenterology), Manuel Rodriguez-Justo (Pathology):  NIHR Health Technology Assessment programme £250,761 over 18 months for “Prognostic biomarkers to identify patients with severe Crohn's disease: Systematic review, meta-analysis and prognostic model with external validation.”
  • £250,000 National Institute of Academic Anaesthesia (via BJA), Dr Gareth Ackland, entitled “Parasympathetic modulation of perioperative myocardial injury”
  • Dr Simon Walker-Samuel (CABI) with Dr Rebecca Shipley (Mechanical Engineering): £248,126 Rosetrees Interdisciplinary Prize, ‘Developing a predictive in silico platform for CAR T-cell therapy’ 
  • £246,279, UCL Wellcome Trust. Professor Sam Janes: PhD Programme for Clinicans for Neelam Kumar
  • £245,588 Wellcome Trust. Professor Derek Gilroy: Research Training Fellowship for Julia Flint
  • Dr Marilina Antonelou (Centre for Nephrology): MRC Clinical Research Training Fellowship, £235,000 for ‘Investigating the role of myeloperoxidase as a key mediator of renal damage in crescentic glomerulonephritis and reno-cardiac disease’
  • £223,355 ESPRC grant for networking. Dr Kris Thielemans (Institute of Nuclear Medicine, PI)
  • Professor Ian Zachary (co-I) £219,413 BHF Project Grant ?“Ubiquitin ligase control of angiogenesis”.??PI: Dr Ponnambalam (University of Leeds).
  • £206,806 Clinical Research Fellowship from Action Medical Research.  Dr John Ioannou (Centre for Rheumatology, PI). "Investigating the link between puberty, the immune system and juvenile systemic lupus erythematosus".
  • Professor Derek Gilroy (Centre for Clinical Pharmacology & Experimental Therapeutics): £205,700 from Corbus Pharmaceuticals.
  • £200,758.00 GlaxoSmithKline (UCL-GSK Fibrosis Hub). Prof Justin Hsuan (Institute for Liver and Digestive Health)
  • Professor Clare Selden (PI) £199,000 Innovate UK Biomedical Catalyst 2016 – Feasibility Studies. “Flow-through Plasma circuit pathogen reduction device for patients with sepsis and/or liver failure”
  • Dr Richard Day (Centre for Cardiovascular Biology and Medicine: £183,236 from BRC for Enhanced Manufacture of TIPS.
  • Professor David Selwood (WIBR, co-I): £169,486 BHF Translational Grant.
  • £148,300 from Arthritis Research UK on “Manipulation of gut microiota”. Professor Claudia Mauri (Centre for Rheumatology and Bloomsbury Rheumatology Unit, PI).