Grants & Awards

Development and application of statistical methods to maximize the potential of increased cancer data opportunities

Grant Holder: Paul Lambert
Funding Body: Cancer Research UK
Award: £145,000
Duration: October 2014 - September 2018
Ref: RM62G0612

NIHR Complex Reviews Research Support Unit (CRRSU) 
Grant Holder: Nicola Cooper
Funding Body: NIHR
Award: £496,000     Supplement £300,000 May 19
Duration: April 2015 - March 2020
Ref: RM62G0675

NIHR Doctoral Research Fellowship
Grant Holder: Caroline Kristunas
Funding Body: NIHR
Award: £244,000
Ref: RM62G0713

NIHR Systematic Review Fellowship
Grant Holder: Nicola Cooper
Funding Body: NIHR
Award: £88,000
Duration: October 2017 - September 2019
REF: RM62G0777

 

A Comprehensive Approach to International Cancer Survival Benchmarking (SurvMark-2)
Grant Holder: Prof Paul Lambert
Funding Body: CRUK IARC
Award: £228,000
Duration: February 2017 - January 2020
Ref: RM62G0800

Improving statistical methods for individualised predictions and understanding population variation in survival for colorectal cancer patients
Grant Holder: Ms Elisavet Syriopoulou
Funding Body: NIHR Fellowship
Award: £248,000
Duration: October 2017 - September 2020
Ref: RM62G0812

 

To facilitate health professionals’ interpretation of results from diagnostic test accuracy reviews (DTA)

Grant Holder: Prof Nicola Cooper (Fellow; Enzo Cerullo)
Funding Body: NIHR
Award: £88,431
Duration: September 2018 - August 2020
Ref: RM62G0831

Complex Evidence Synthesis using Network Meta-Analysis, IPD and the Effect of Covariates: Application Investigating the Effectiveness of Pragmatic Interventions for Diabetes Prevention and Interventions to Improve Poison Prevention Practices in Children at Home.
Grant Holder: Ms Ellesha Smith
Funding Body: NIHR
Award: £257,000
Duration: October 2018 - September 2021

Synthesis of continuous outcomes including time to event
Grant Holder: Dr Suzanne Freeman
Funding Body: NIHR
Award: £300,000
Duration: January 2019 - December 2021

Providing detailed insight into the impact of a cancer diagnosis across a full pathway for cancer patients
Grant Holder: Dr Mark Rutherford
Funding Body: Cancer Research UK
Award: £58,820.74
Duration: July 2019 - June 2022
Ref: RM62G0870

Gains in Life Expectancy as Tangible Metrics for Improvement Assessment 
Grant Holder: Dr Mark Rutherford
Funding Body: Cancer Research UK
Award: £80,594.54
Duration: March 2019 - August 2020
Ref: RM62G0888

Utilising Population-based Disease Registry Data & Control Populations From Electronic Health Records To Estimate Rates of Disease-Specific Morbidity and Mortality in Cardiovascular Disease Patients. 
Grant Holder: Michael Sweeting
Funding Body: British Heart Foundation
Award: 86,060.00
Duration: October 2019 - September 2022
Ref: TM62008

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