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Awards

The Stroke Research Group has attracted significant funding over the years. The recent key grants awarded are listed below.

 
 Grants 2020
Project TitleFundingStart and End DateInvestigators

RECAST-3

Remote Ischaemic Conditioning After Stroke 3 (RECAST-3): A Multicentre Randomised Controlled Trial

 

NIHR National Institute for Health Research

 

£1,658,613.54

 

2020 - 2023

Associate Professor Timothy England, Professor Professor Philip Bath, Professor Adam Gordon, Professor Nikola Sprigg, Professor Robert Dineen, Professor Alan Montgomery

BHF-AI

Assessment of modern machine learning methods and conventional statistical regression techniques in diagnosis and prediction of outcome after acute stroke using big data

 

British Heart Foundation

 

£147,468.00

 

2020 - 2022

Professor Philip Bath, Professor Nikola Sprigg, Professor Jonathan Garibaldi, Professor Alan Montgomery, Lisa Woodhouse
   
 Grants 2012 to 2019
Project TitleFundingStart and End DateInvestigators

R4VAD

Rates, Risks and Routes to Reduce Vascular Dementia (R4VaD)

Stroke Association &

Dementias Platform UK

£191,036.50

 

+ Supplement from Dementias Platform UK

£8,400

 

 

2018 - 2023

 

 

 

 

2019 - 2020

 

Professor Philip Bath;
Professor Nikola Sprigg

FINE-ST

Frailty, co-morbidity and health inequality in TIA and Stroke in the East Midlands.

The study aims to understand the relationship between frailty, multi-morbidity, inequality and stroke outcomes. We will recruit 200 participants over a 12 month period in this pilot phase. This will allow us to determine the distribution of different frailty scales across stroke subtypes and provide associations testing scale validity against current stroke outcome measures. Information collected will help inform the design of future trials for health care interventions in frail stroke populations.

 

NIHR National Institute for Health Research - East Midlands CRN

£11,351.01

 

2019 - 2020

Associate Professor Tim England (CI); Professor Adam Gordon; Professor Philip Bath; Professor Nikola Sprigg; Professor Thompson Robinson; Professor Marion Walker

LACI-2

LACunar Intervention (LACI-2) Trial-2: 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

£148,181.66


 

2018 - 2020

Professor Philip Bath;
Professor Nikola Sprigg

The development of novel cannabinoid-based medicines

Artelo Biosciences

£163,822

Sept 2017 – March 2021 Professor Saoirse O’Sullivan, Associate Professor Timothy England

Validating dysphagia trained nurse assessment and assessment of biofeedback in treating acute dysphagia

PhD Studentship: NIHR Collaboration for Leadership in Applied

Health Research and Care (CLAHRC) East Midlands

£55,251

2016 - 2021

Jaqueline Benfield, Associate Professor Timothy England, Professor Philip Bath

ReCAST-2

Remote ischaemic Conditioning After Stroke Trial 2 (ReCAST-2)

University Hospitals of Derby and Burton pump priming grant

£10,000

 2016-2019 Associate Professor Timothy England, Professor Philip Bath, Professor Nikola Sprigg

RECAST

Remote ischaemic Conditioning After Stroke Trial (RECAST).

British Medical Association Vera Down grant

£42,343

 2012 - 2015 Associate Professor Timothy England, Professor Philip Bath, Professor Nikola Sprigg, Professor Saoirse O’Sullivan, Professor Donnelly
  

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