Research Grants - 2016-17
Pidgeon, N (2016 - 2026) Centre for Climate Change Mitigation. Leverhulme Trust. £333,286.
Whitmarsh, L (2016 - 2018) Does one thing lead to another? Behavioural spillover in theory and practice. British Psychological Society. £3,000.
Good, M (2016 - 2019) Exploring ACE-2 as a novel therapeutic target for Alzheimer's disease. Bright Focus Foundation. £158,274.
Boivin, J (2016) Design and Sudanese stakeholder feasibility and acceptability tests for the adapted Fertility Status Awareness Tool (FertiSTAT). ESRC. £4,500.
Lewis, P (2017 - 2022) Understanding creativity and problem solving through sleep-engineering - SolutionSleep. European Commission. £1,399,437.
Whitmarsh, L (2016 - 2019) Changing energy efficiency technology adoption in households. European Commission. £70,683.
Evenson, D (2016 - 2019) Public perceptions and understanding of unconventional gas development in Wales in the context of energy system change. COFUND. £203,198.
Dimitriadis, S (2016 - 2019) Dynamically networked brain - DyNet-BRAIN: A statistical machine learning approach to dynamic brain connectivity analysis for the extraction of dynamic and multimodal connectomic biomarkers for the diagnosis of psychiatric disorders. COFUND. £157,929.
Gruber, M (2016 - 2019) How anatomical connections within the reward network enhance brain function and memory: A multimodal imaging approach. COFUND. £185,094.
Bristow, G, Capstick, S, Whitmarsh, L, Allan, S, Healy, A (2016 - 2017) Resilience in groundwater supply systems: Integrating resource-based approaches with agency, behaviour and choice in West Africa (RIGGS). NERC. £186,844.
Zhang, J (2016 - 2022) Free the mind: Neurocognitive determinants of intentional decision. Commission of the European Communities. £1,041,535.
Kolasinski, J (2017 - 2021) Putting somatosensation in context: Exploring the neuronal encoding of active touch. Wellcome Trust. £250,000.
Lewis, P (2016 - 2017) RAM Replay - additional funding. DARPA. £56,390.
Pidgeon, N (2015 - 2016) JPI climate: European perception of climate change - additinal funding. Symlog Institute, Universitetet Bergen, University of Stuttgart. £18,766.