Research Grants - 2017-18
Singh, K, Freeman, T, Wilkinson, L, Walters, J (2014 - 2018) Defining the disturbance in cortical glutamate and GABA function in psychosis, its origins and consequences - additional funding. MRC. £34,689.
Song, C (2017 - 2020) Improving human cognition and brain structure by manipulating sleep brain activity. Commission of the European Communities & Welsh Government. £354,552.
Culling, J (2018 - 2021) Physiologically inspired simulation of sensorineural hearing loss. EPSRC. £372,520.
O'Neill, J (2018 - 2022) Mapping subicular mnemonic circuitry. Welsh European Funding Office. £999,396.
Hall, J, Dwyer, D, Wikinson, L, Williams, N, Zammit, S, Thomas, K (2018 - 2021) Investigating genetic and environmental risk for Psychologyosis mediated through l-type voltage gated calcium channels. MRC. £955,369.
Graham, K (2018 - 2022) Inter-individual differences in representational systems underpinning human memory. Royal Society. £50,000.
Song, C (2018 - 2022) Influence of sleep on human brain structure. Wellcome Trust. £250,000.
Shelton, K, Waters, C (2018- 2021) Securing permanence for children placed for adoption: Explaining pre-placement and pre-adoption order breakdown, its consequences and the contrast with successful matching. Wales School for Social Care Research. £59,302.
Rowland, B (2017 - 2018) MRS phantom for multi-centre validation. STFC. £10,000.
Morgan, P (2017 - 2019) FLOURISH. Innovate UK. £29,874.
Lewis, P (2018 - 2019) Sleep cycling for probabilistic generative models. EPSRC. £192,696.
Gray, W, Jones, D, Lane, E, Busse-Morris, M, Li, M, Peall, K, Robertson, N, Barde, Y, Crunelli, V, Rosser, A (2018 -2020) Brain Repair and Intracranial Neurotherapeutics - the Wales BRAIN Unit. Welsh Government (HCRW). £800,000.
Gruber, M (2018) A naturalistic active learning paradigm to study how active exploration affects hippocampus-dependent memories. Wellcome ISSF. £6,290.
Morey, C (2016 - 2019) Supporting cognitive and academic development in children at risk: Metacognitive executive function training in children from low socioeconomic background. ESRC. £6,290.
Honey, R (2018) Multi-agency decision making at major incidents. ESRC IAA. £5,900.
Snowden, R (2018) WARRN: Risk assessment of violence in mental health service users. ESRC IAA. £23,189.
Hall, J, Moore, G, Murphy, S, Langley, K, Singh, K, van Goozen, S, Collishaw, S, Holmans, P, Jones, I, O'Donovan, M, Owen, M, Rice, F, Thapar, A, Walters, J, Atack, J, Harwood, A (2018 - 2020) Integrating genetic, clinical and phenotypic data to advance stratification, prediction and treatment in mental health. MRC, £971,676.
van Goozen, S (2018) Reducing antisocial behaviour in at risk youth by improving emotion recognition. ESRC IAA. £24,172.