Further Funding

The Programme Grant’s investigators have been successful in gaining further funding including that listed below:

Further Funding
 Funding TitleComment  Value (£)
BBSRC  Exploitation of a novel fungicide for preventing fungal contamination and deterioration of products and materials Follow-On Fund 198k
BBSRC, Innovate UK and the Hartree Centre National Biofilms Innovation Centre 
Innovative Knowledge Centre
Miguel Camera et al (Morgan Alexander Co-I) 15.6m
British Heart Foundation Special Project Coupling gene targeted reporters with fully automated compound library screening to mature hPSC-cardiomyocytes  787k
EMPIR  MetVBadBugs’  European Metrology Programme for Innovation and Research 2.3m
EPSRC Engineering Growth Factor Microenvironments  A new therapeutic paradigm for regenerative medicine 3.7m
EPSRC Formulation for 3D printing Creating a plug and play platform for a disruptive UK industry. PostDoc shared with the PG  40k
EPSRC 3D OrbiSIMS: Label free chemical imaging of materials, cells and tissues Enabling Next Generation Additive Manufacturing for Pharma and related industries  2.5m
EPSRC  Healthcare Technologies Impact Fellowship Radiotherapy activated materials for enhanced cancer treatments 540k
EPSRC Thematic Studentships Development of research-led training in bio-hybrid and bioinstructive materials for healthcare applications 280k 
EPSRC SPI-CLOPS Cameron Alexander–PI. (Helen Byrne(Oxford), Ioan Notingher, Serhiy Korposh, Steve Morgan, Poulam Patel Co-Is) 60k
EPSRC Impact Accelerator Award  A Strategic Partnership with the Australian Cooperative Research Centre for Cell Therapy Manufacturing (CRC-CTM) to Commercialise Stem Cell Culture Polymers 67k
EPSRC Future Vaccine Manufacturing Hub: Advancing the manufacture and deployment of cost effective vaccines Cameron Alexander (Co-I) 10m 
EPSRC Experiencing the micro-world - a cell's perspective Cameron Alexander (Co-I)  601k
EPSRC NanoPrime: Maximising Equipment and Expertise Sharing in Nanoscience Cameron Alexander (Co-I)  202k 
Find A Better Way Working together Synthetic bone Felicity Rose 2.8m


Personalised Integrated Biomaterials Risk Assessment ( PanBioRA)

Aims to provide a comprehensive solution for the time- and cost-effective risk assessment of i) new biomaterials under health or disease states or ii) a given biomaterial for each patient in a personalised manner.

HERMES Funding for Post Doc time Laurence Burroughs 23k
MRC UK Regenerative Medicine Platform 2  Kevin Shakesheff, Felicity Rose et al. 1.2m
MRC Concept in Confidence Award  20 months of additional funds 87k
MRC Modulation of immune recognition by P. aeruginosa through engagement of lectin receptors Pomares Martinez, Camara and Williams 490k
Wellcome Trust ‘Sir Henry Wellcome Early Career Fellowship’ Achieving controlled human pluripotent stem cell derivation and expansion using Inter-alpha-Inhibitor with a novel polymer substrate. Awarded to Dr Sara Pijuan Galito 250k


Next Generation Biomaterials Discovery

Advanced Materials and Healthcare Technologies, School of Pharmacy, The University of Nottingham
University Park
Nottingham, NG7 2RD

telephone: +44 (0) 115 846 6246
email: BiomaterialsDiscovery@nottingham.ac.uk