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Dr Manisha Nair and Prof. Marian Knight (Nuffield Department of Population Health) received a grant from the John Fell Fund to support their work in establishing an obstetric research system, based upon a UK model, in Assam, India. Find out more. 

Developing world-class human neurophysiological resources at Oxford 

Professor Charlie Stagg (Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences) discusses how Wellcome ISSF and John Fell Funding allowed her group to establish world-leading neurophysiological resources at Oxford. Find out more. 

Exosome switching, a new mechanism in cancer biology 

Professor Deborah Goberdhan (Department of Physiology, Anatomy, and Genetics) received money from the John Fell Fund to support her work investigating exosome switching. Find out more. 

Further funded projects

  • Zaccolo, Manuela. DPAG. Funding towards a specialist multi-user microsurgery and functional imaging facility in the Biomedical Sciences Building (BSB), South Parks Rd area. £70,000.00
  • Roberts, Thomas. DPAG. Next generation exosome therapy for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. £59,654.73
  • Ptchelkine, Denis. Oncology. A protein purification platform for structural. £75,000.00
  • Lennox, Belinda. Psychiatry. Neuronal autoantibodies and brain electrophysiology. £45,655.09
  • Rinaldi, Simon. Clinical Neurosciences. Zika infection and autoimmune peripheral neuropathy. £7,400.00
  • Pollard, Andrew. Paediatrics. Haemophilus influenzae b carriage amongst community-based children after conjugate vaccine introduction in Nepal. £7,507.57
  • Lyons, Brian. Oncology. Generation of a click chemistry compatible oncolytic virus which can be chemically enhanced with biochemical targeting and novel bio-conjugation chemistry to increase tumour infectivity. £7,000.00
  • Garner, Lee. NDM:Target Discovery Institute. Identification of arthritogenic-related TCRs in patient samples by single-cell sequencing. £7,500.00
  • Castrejon-Pita, Alfonso. Engineering Science/NDORMS. Towards nano-inkjet 3D printing. £95,000.00
  • Ahel, Dragana. Dunn School of Pathology SNF2 ATPases in genome stability and human disease. £98,525
  • Akiyoshi, Bungo. Biochemistry. Dissect the molecular mechanism of microtubule interaction in trypanosomes.     £21,107
  • Dong, Tao. NDM. Studying VOP and TSP specific T cell responses in EBV associated NPC and HPV associated cervical and head/neck cancer. £175,000
  • Fugger, Lars. Clinical Neurosciences. Functional Mechanisms Controlling Pre-eclampsia. £50,000
  • Owens, Raymond. NDM. Oxford Nanobody Consortium. £84,703
  • Song, Rinn. Paediatrics. Improving Paediatric TB Diagnosis. £50,056
  • Fischer, Roman. NDM. Upgrade of state-of-the-art mass spectrometer for deep Proteomics. £7,500
  • Michl, Johanna. Physiology Anatomy and Genetics. Using whole-genome CRISPR/Cas9 screening to identify genes implicated in cancer cell survival under acid-stress. £6,000
  • Mohammed, Shabaz. Biochemistry. A lumos for the masses. £210,000
  • Nayler, Samuel.  Physiology Anatomy and Genetics. In vitro modelling of human cerebellar development using induced pluripotent stem cells through single cell sequencing. £7,500
  • Ottley, Edward.  Oncology. The use of chromogenic in-situ hybridisation to investigate the expression of molecular subtype-specific miRNAs and targets in pT1G3 progression to muscle-invasive bladder cancer. £7,439