Previous research grants

Dr Carr was the sole or principal applicant on all grants except for 1, 10, 12 and 13.

  1. Wellcome TrustJIF Equipment Grant. Protein structure, dynamics and interactions: 800 MHz NMR spectroscopy. £1,682,654, 1.2.02-31.10.07 (principal applicant Prof. Gordon Roberts and coapplicants Dr Mark Carr and Dr Mark Pfuhl)
  2. BBSRC Ph.D Studentship. Structural studies of complexes formed between the coactivators p300/CBP and transcription factors. £44,730, 1.10.03-30.9.06
  3. UCB-Celltech Ltd Collaborative Project Grant. High field NMR studies of protein-drug interactions. £230,543, 1.2.03-31.1.06
  4. Veterinary Laboratories Agency Ph.D Studentship. Investigation of the function and basis for antigenicity in the ESAT-6 protein family. £65,000, 1.10.02-31.3.06
  5. Wellcome Trust Project Grant. Determination of the structure and molecular function of the ESAT-6.CFP-10 complex and characterisation of the specificity of complex formation between ESAT-6/CFP-10 family proteins: towards an understanding of the roles of ESAT-6/CFP-10 in tuberculosis pathogenesis and protective immunity. £192,286, 1.10.02-31.12.05 (principal applicant Dr Mark Carr and coapplicant Dr Richard Williamson)
  6. BBSRC/Veterinary Laboratories Agency Ph.D Studentship. Structural characterisation of CFP-10 and ESAT-6: potent T-cell antigens of the M. tuberculosis complex. ~£62,500, 1.10.99-30.9.02
  7. Wellcome Trust Project Grant. Determination of the high resolution structure of the mycobacterial protein MPB70: one of the major antigenic and immunologically important proteins of both M. tuberculosis and M. bovis, the causative agents of tuberculosis. £162,263, 1.8.99-15.2.03 (principal applicant Dr Mark Carr and coapplicant Dr Richard Williamson)
  8. Celltech Ltd Ph.D Studentship. NMR-based structural analysis of the catalytic domain of one or more of the ADAMs family. £35,667, 1.11.97-31.10.00 (principal applicant Dr Mark Carr and coapplicant Dr Richard Williamson)
  9. Medical Research Council Ph.D Studentship. NMR studies of the DNA-binding domain of B-Myb. ~£45,500, 1.10.97-31.3.01
  10. Medical Research Council Project Grant. NMR-based determination of the structure of TIMP-2 and complexes formed with the catalytic domain of stromelysin. £176,922, 1.1.97-30.11.01 (principal applicant Prof. Robert Freedman and coapplicant Dr Mark Carr)
  11. Wellcome Trust Equipment Grant. NMR facility for structural studies of biomedically-significant proteins, protein-protein interactions and protein-ligand complexes. £719,208, 1.6.96-31.1.03 (principal applicant Dr Mark Carr and coapplicant Prof. Robert Freedman)
  12. Arthritis Research Campaign Research Fellowship. Molecular basis for the inhibition of matrix metalloproteinases by TIMPs. £239,792, 1.4.96-31.3.01 (principal applicant Dr Richard Williamson and coapplicants Dr Mark Carr and Prof. Robert Freedman)
  13. Medical Research Council Project Grant. Structure determination of TIMP-2 by NMR and its interaction with the catalytic domain of stromelysin. £49,680, 1.1.95-31.12.95 (principal applicant Prof. Robert Freedman and coapplicant Dr Mark Carr)
  14. Medical Research Council NMR Centre Access. NMR studies of proteins and protein-ligand complexes. Allocation of 13-18 days per year on the 600 and 800 MHz NMR spectrometers at the MRC Biomedical NMR Centre, National Institute for Medical Research, 1.1.93-31.12.04

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