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Awards

The Stroke Research Group has attracted significant funding over the years. The key grants awarded between 2009 and 2014 are listed below.

2015 Grants

Project Title Funding Investigators
MRI Evaluation of effects of Tranexamic Acid in spontaneous intracranial haemorrhage (The TICH-2 MRI Trial)

British Heart Foundation £298,962

Bath P, Sprigg N, Dineen R, Morgan P, Salman R, Werring D, England T, Roberts I.
Preventing cognitive decline and demential from cerebral microvascular disease

Alzheimer's Society £255, 385 

Bath P, Wardlaw J, Doubal F, Thrippleton M, Sprigg N.
LACunar Intervention (LACI) Trial: Assessment of safety and efficacy of cilostazol and isosorbide mononitrate to prevent recurrent lacunar stroke and progression of cerebral small vessel disease

British Heart Foundation £747,598

Bath P, Wardlaw J, Dennis M, England T, Sprigg N, Cvoro V, Werring D, Hassan A, Mongomery A.

2014 Grants

Awards 2014

 

Project Title  Funding  Investigators
Rapid Intervention with Glyceryl trinitrate in Hypertensive Stroke Trial 2 (RIGHT-2) British Heart Foundation £1,370,708 Bath P, Sprigg N, England T, Potter J, Roffe C, Montgomery A, Robinson T, Price C, Wardlaw J, Siriwardena N.

 

2012 Grants

 

Project TitleFundingInvestigators
European multicentre, randomized, phase III clinical trial of hypothermia plus best medical treatment versus best medical treatment alone for acute ischaemic stroke (EuropHYP-1) EU FP7-Health £10.3 M Schwab S, Gluud C, Murray G, Hacke W, Wagner M, Krieger DW, van der Worp HB, Kollmar R, Piironen K, Macleod M, Lees K, Petersen J, Christensen H, Hesse AS, Bath P, Molina C, Wardlaw JM, Montener J, Durand-Zaleski I, Garattini L, Roine R, Fuchs B, Linbdblad F, Kuhling M, Waleij M, Baenkler M, Spierings H, Pile I, Huxley A, de Gispert Boix D
Safety and efficacy of Triple Antiplatelets for Reducing Dependency after Ischaemic Stroke: the TARDIS randomised controlled trial (ISRCTN47823388) HTA £3,354,778 Bath P, Robinson T, Venables G, Markus H, James M, Dineen R, Newell O, Heptinstall St, Pocock S, Sprigg N.
Tranexamic acid for hyperacute primary Intracerebral Haemorrhage (TICH-2) NIHR HTA £2,510,386 Sprigg N, Bath P, Roberts, I , Robinson T, Roffe C, Werring D, Al-Shahi Salman R, Pocock S, Dineen R, Duley L, England T, Whynes D.

 

 

2011 Grants

 

Project TitleFundingInvestigators
Neurovascular imaging in patients with carotid artery disease to define high and low risk of stroke NIHR RfPB £237,135 Auer D, MacSweeney S, Silcocks P, Bath PMW.
Flexibility and sustainability funding grant Trent Stroke Research Network £15,065  Bath PMW.
The Chair in Stroke Medicine The Stroke Association £1,407.880 Bath PMW.
Application for a hyperacute stroke research centre to be developed at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust

DH £447,801

Bath PMW, Good D, Auer D, Lenthall R, Macsweeney S, Siriwardena N, Sprigg N, Walker M.
Safety and tolerability of adding clopidogrel to aspirin and dipyridamole in patients with acute ischaemic stroke or TIA: a randomised trial British Heart Foundation £246,790 Bath PMW, Robinson T, Venables G, Heptinstall S, Markus H.
Prevention of Decline in Cognition After Stroke Trial: a factorial randomised controlled trial of blood pressure and lipid lowering (PODCAST) TSA £399,145 Bath PMW
Improving the management of blood pressure in acute stroke: the Efficacy of Nitric Oxide in Stroke (ENOS) trial Medical Research Council £3,174,379 Bath PMW, Lees KR, Pocock SJ, Wardlaw J, Whynes D.
A randomised controlled trial of tranexamic acid in intracerebral haemorrhage Early career research and knowledge transfer scheme -University of Nottingham £15,000. Sprigg N, Dineen R, Bath P.
Rapid intervention with GTN in Hypertensive stroke trial (RIGHT) Nottingham University Hospitals Charity £9,038 Bath P, Siriwardena N, Parry R, Ankolekar S.
A randomized controlled trial of tranexamic acid in Intracerebral Haemorrhage (TICH) University of Nottingham £15,000 Sprigg N, Bath PMW.
NIHR Stroke Research Network, Nottingham Collaboration

DH/University of Newcastle £210,714

Bath PMW, Walker M.
Stem cell trial of recovery EnhanceMent after Stroke 3 (STEMS3) – a pilot randomized controlled trial of G-CSF and therapy in chronic stroke NIHR RfPB £223,918 Sprigg N, Bath P, Walker M, Connell L.

 

2010 Grants

 

Project Title FundingInvestigators 
Neurovascular imaging in patients with carotid artery disease to define high and low risk of stroke NIHR RfPB £237,135 Auer D, MacSweeney S, Silcocks P, Bath P. 
Flexibility and sustainability funding grant Trent Stroke Research Network £15,065  Bath P.  
The Chair in Stroke Medicine The Stroke Association £1,407.880 Bath PMW.
Application for a hyperacute stroke research centre to be developed at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust DH. £447,801 Bath PMW, Good D, Auer D, Lenthall R, Macsweeney S, Siriwardena N, Sprigg N, Walker M.
Safety and tolerability of adding clopidogrel to aspirin and dipyridamole in patients with acute ischaemic stroke or TIA: a randomised trial British Heart Foundation. £246,790 Bath PMW, Robinson T, Venables G, Heptinstall S, Markus H.
Prevention of Decline in Cognition After Stroke Trial: a factorial randomised controlled trial of blood pressure and lipid lowering (PODCAST) TSA £399,145 Bath PMW.
Improving the management of blood pressure in acute stroke: the Efficacy of Nitric Oxide in Stroke trial (ENOS) Medical Research Council £3,174,379 Bath PMW, Lees KR, Pocock SJ, Wardlaw J, Whynes D.
Mid Trent part of The Trent Stroke Local Research Network Dept of Health £440,000 Drummond A, Bath PMW.
A randomised controlled trial of tranexamic acid in intracerebral haemorrhage Early career research and knowledge transfer scheme. University of Nottingham £15,000 Sprigg N, Dineen R, Bath P.
Rapid intervention with GTN in Hypertensive stroke trial (RIGHT) Nottingham University Hospitals Charity. £9,038 Bath P, Siriwardena N, Parry R, Ankolekar S.
A randomized controlled trial of tranexamic acid in Intracerebral Haemorrhage (TICH)  University of Nottingham
£15,000
Sprigg N, Bath PMW.
NIHR Stroke Research Network, Nottingham Collaboration DH/University of Newcastle. £210,714 Bath PMW, Walker M.

 

2009 Grants

 

 Project Title Funding Investigators
Neurovascular imaging in patients with carotid artery disease to define high and low risk of stroke NIHR RfPB £237,135 Auer D, MacSweeney S, Silcocks P, Bath P.
Flexibility and sustainability funding grant Trent Stroke Research Network. £15,065 Bath P.
The Chair in Stroke Medicine The Stroke Association  £1,407.880 Bath PMW.
Application for a hyperacute stroke research centre to be developed at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust DH £447,801 Bath PMW, Good D, Auer D, Lenthall R, Macsweeney S, Siriwardena N, Sprigg N, Walker M.
Safety and tolerability of adding clopidogrel to aspirin and dipyridamole in patients with acute ischaemic stroke or TIA: a randomised trial British Heart Foundation £246,790 Bath PMW, Robinson T, Venables G, Heptinstall S, Markus H.
Fellowship: Dr Tim England. Trent Local Research Network £29,645 Bath PMW.
Prevention of Decline in Cognition After Stroke Trial: a factorial randomised controlled trial of blood pressure and lipid lowering (PODCAST). TSA £399,145 Bath PMW.
Improving the management of blood pressure in acute stroke: the Efficacy of Nitric Oxide in Stroke (ENOS) trial ENOS Medical Research Council £3,174,379. Bath PMW, Lees KR, Pocock SJ, Wardlaw J, Whynes D.
A molecular investigation into the role of small GTP-binding protein RhoA in human blood-brain barrier permeability breakdown under anoxic and ischaemic conditions The Stroke Association £81,397 Bayraktutan U.
Mid Trent part of The Trent Stroke Local Research Network Dept of Health  £440,000. Drummond A, Bath PMW.
A Molecular Investigation into the Pathogenesis of Hyperglycaemia-mediated Brain Microvascular Endothelial Cell Dysfunction Research Innovation Services, The University of Nottingham £30,184 Bayraktutan U.
Odyssey imaging system School of Clinical Sciences, The University of Nottingham £40,250 Bayraktutan U.
Involvement of endocannabinoids in the recovery of ischaemia-mediated blood-brain barrier breakdown: roles of oxidative stress and PPARs Institute of Neuroscience, The University of Nottingham £5,000 Bayraktutan U.
A randomised controlled trial of tranexamic acid in intracerebral haemorrhage Early career research and knowledge transfer scheme University of Nottingham £15,000 Sprigg N, Dineen R, Bath P.

 

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