Funded Research
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City: Belfast
Year(s) Awarded: 2008
Institution: Oral Science Research Centre, Queen's University, Belfast
Recipient: Dr Fionnuala Lundy
Project: The expression and functionality of antimicrobial peptides in the gingival crevice in type 1 diabetes
Funding Type: Open Funding 2009
City: Belfast
Year(s) Awarded: 2014
Institution: Queen’s University Belfast
Recipient: Mr Sam Lockhart
Project: The role of the transcriptional repressor CITED2 in endothelial cells as a mediator of impaired angiogenesis in insulin resistant conditions
Funding Type: Open Funding 2015
City: Birmingham
Year(s) Awarded: 2009
Institution: University of Birmingham
Recipient: Dr Parth Narendran
Project: Lifestyle intervention for reducing beta cell autoimmunity in type 1 diabetes: a preliminary ex-vivo study Funding Type: Open Funding 2010
Funding Type: Open Funding 2010
City: Birmingham
Year(s) Awarded: 2006
Institution: University of Birmingham
Recipient: Dr Parth Narendran
Project: Does Adiponectin influence the loss of T-Cell tolerance and the development of Type 1 diabetes?
Funding Type: Open Funding 2007
City: Birmingham
Year(s) Awarded: 2001
Institution: University of Birmingham
Recipient: Miss Joanne Collins
Project: Identification of novel non-MHC susceptibility loci for type 1 diabetes
Funding Type: Studentship 2001
City: Bristol
Year(s) Awarded: 2012
Institution: University of Bristol
Recipient: Dr Rebecca Foster
Project: Can VEGFC rescue albuminuria in a experimental model of diabetic nephropathy?
Funding Type: Open Funding 2013
City: Bristol
Year(s) Awarded: 2009
Institution: Southmead Hospital, Bristol
Recipient: Dr Gavin Welsh
Project: Humanin (and related bioactive peptides) - a novel treatment for diabetic nephropathy
Funding Type: Open Funding 2010
City: Bristol
Year(s) Awarded: 2007
Institution: Bristol Royal Infirmary
Recipient: Dr Mimi Chen
Project: Bariatric surgery for diabetes: Does the GLP1 or GIP response predict who will respond?
Funding Type: Clinical fellowship 2008
City: Bristol
Year(s) Awarded: 2004
Institution: University of Bristol
Recipient: Dr Mimi Chen
Project: Insulin resistance
Funding Type: Open Funding 2005
City: Bristol
Year(s) Awarded: 1999
Institution: University of Bristol
Recipient: Dr Richard Smith
Project: Application made for a B/G/R: L filter system in order to adapt this instrument for three colour operation
Funding Type: Equipment Grant
City: Cambridge
Year(s) Awarded: 2013
Institution: Cambridge University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Recipient: Dr David Church
Project: Development of a robust clinically-relevant approach to antibody-medicated diabetes and hypoglycaemia
Funding Type: Sutherland-Earl Clinical Fellowship 2013
City: Cambridge
Year(s) Awarded: 2012
Institution: University of Cambridge
Recipient: Professor Anne Cooke
Project: Non-invasive live imaging of immune infiltration into islets of Langerhans
Funding Type: Open Funding 2013
City: Cambridge
Year(s) Awarded: 2011
Institution: University of Cambridge
Recipient: Dr Esther O’Sullivan
Project: Glucose control in offspring of women with type 1 diabetes (ODM)
Funding Type: Open Funding 2012
City: Cambridge
Year(s) Awarded: 2007
Institution: Department of Biochemistry, University of Cambridge
Recipient: Dr Julian Griffin
Project: Substrate selection and metabolomics in the diabetic mouse heart: validating metabolic markers of disease progression
Funding Type: Open Funding 2008
City: Cambridge
Year(s) Awarded: 2005
Institution: University of Cambridge
Recipient: Dr Aviva Tolkovsky
Project: Mechanisms of Schwann cell dysfunction under hyperglycaemia and in a mouse model of diabetic neuropathy.
Funding Type: Research Grant, Open Funding 2006
City: Cambridge
Year(s) Awarded: 2005
Institution: School of Clinical Medicine, Addenbrooke's Hospital
Recipient: Mr Mayowa Osundiji
Project: Glucokinase in Specialised Glucose-Sensing Neurones in Brain Plays a Key Role in Controlling Blood Glucose
Funding Type: Studentship 2001
City: Cambridge
Year(s) Awarded: 2005
Institution: Cambridge Institute for Medical Research
Recipient: Dr Sergey Nezhentsev
Project: Mapping novel type 1 diabetes genes in the major histocompatibility complex
Funding Type: Research Fellowship 2005
City: Cambridge
Year(s) Awarded: 2004
Institution: University of Cambridge
Recipient: Dr Antonio Vidal-Puig
Project: Insulin resistance and cardiovascular disease
Funding Type: Open Funding 2005
City: Cambridge
Year(s) Awarded: 2002
Institution: University of Cambridge
Recipient: Prof. Ken Siddle
Project: Mechanism of action of Grb10, a negative regulator of insulin signalling & a potential drug target for treating Type 2 diabetes
Funding Type: Research Grant, Open Funding 2003
City: Cardiff
Year(s) Awarded: 2011
Institution: Cardiff University
Recipient: Professor Susan Wong
Project: Development of regulatory B cell assay in type 1 diabetes
Funding Type: Open Funding 2012
City: Coventry
Year(s) Awarded: 2009
Institution: University of Warwick
Recipient: Dr Paul Edward Squires
Project: A role for C-peptide in alleviating diabetic nephropathy
Funding Type: Open Funding 2010
City: Dundee
Year(s) Awarded: 2006
Institution: University of Dundee
Recipient: Dr Hari Hundal
Project: TUB expression and function in adipose tissue: implications for obesity and insulin resistance.
Funding Type: Open Funding 2007
City: Dundee
Year(s) Awarded: 2002
Institution: University of Dundee
Recipient: Dr Hari Hundal
Project: Molecular mechanisms contributing to the pathogenesis of insulin resistance in skeletal muscle
Funding Type: Research Grant, Open Funding 2003
City: Edinburgh
Year(s) Awarded: 2012
Institution: University of Edinburgh
Recipient: Dr James Dear
Project: Extra-cellular exosomal microRNA – a potential new class of urinary biomarker for diabetic kidney disease
Funding Type: Open Funding 2013
City: Edinburgh
Year(s) Awarded: 2005
Institution: University of Edinburgh
Recipient: Dr Neeraj Dhuan
Project: Endothelin receptor antagonism as a therapeutic target in diabetic nephropathy
Funding Type: Research Grant, Open Funding 2006
City: Glasgow
Year(s) Awarded: 2010
Institution: University of Glasgow
Recipient: Professor Gwyn Gould
Project: Analysis of tethering factors in the regulation of Glut4 spatial dynamics
Funding Type: Open Funding 2011
City: Glasgow
Year(s) Awarded: 2008
Institution: Division of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, Glasgow University
Recipient: Professor Gwyn Gould
Project: Analysis of the role of Munc18c tyrosine phosphorylation in insulin-stimulated glucose transport
Funding Type: Open Funding 2009
City: Glasgow
Year(s) Awarded: 2004
Institution: University of Glasgow
Recipient: Dr Luke Chamberlain
Project: Insulin secretion
Funding Type: Open Funding 2005
City: Glasgow
Year(s) Awarded: 2003
Institution: University of Glasgow
Recipient: Dr Steven Miller
Project: The role of Synaptotagmins in Insulin-stimulated Glucose Transport in the Adipocyte
Funding Type: Research Grant, Open Funding 2004
City: Glasgow
Year(s) Awarded: 2000
Institution: University of Glasgow
Recipient: Dr Luke Chamberlain / Dr Declan James
Project: Identification of Caveolar Proteins Regulating Insulin-Stimulated Glut4 Translocation in Adipocytes
Funding Type: Non-Clinical Fellowship 2001
City: Keele
Year(s) Awarded: 2012
Institution: Keele University
Recipient: Dr Catriona Kelly
Project: Evaluating the role of the pancreatic beta-cell in the development of Cystic Fibrosis related diabetes
Funding Type: Open Funding 2013
City: Leeds
Year(s) Awarded: 2011
Institution: University of Leeds
Recipient: Dr Richard Cubbon
Project: Manipulating the phenotype of endothelial progenitor cells from insulin resistant South Asian men: A pilot study towards cell based therapies
Funding Type: Open Funding 2012
City: Leicester
Year(s) Awarded: 1999
Institution: Leicester Warwick Medical School
Recipient: Dr Sue Swift
Project: Improvement in the prospects for successful islet transplantation by reduction of cell death during human islet isolation
Funding Type: Targeted Research Grant
City: Liverpool
Year(s) Awarded: 2014
Institution: Liverpool John Moores University
Recipient: Dr Sam Shepherd
Project: Is high intensity interval training an efficient and effective form of exercise for people with type 1 diabetes?
Funding Type: Open Funding 2015
City: Liverpool
Year(s) Awarded: 2013
Institution: University of Liverpool
Recipient: Professor John Wilding
Project: Does low vitamin D cause adipose tissue inflammation and insulin resistance?
Funding Type: Open Funding 2014
City: Liverpool
Year(s) Awarded: 2009
Institution: University Hospital Aintree
Recipient: Dr Daniel Cuthbertson
Project: Zinc-alpha2-glycoprotein (ZAG): A 'friend or foe' in obesity-induced insulin resistance and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD)
Funding Type: Open Funding 2010
City: Liverpool
Year(s) Awarded: 2002
Institution: University of Liverpool
Recipient: Dr Geoffrey Gill
Project: Hypoglycaemia and cardiac arrhythmia in Type 1 diabetes - a study using ambulatory blood glucose and ECG monitoring
Funding Type: Research Grant, Open Funding 2003
City: London
Year(s) Awarded: 2015
Institution: UCL Institute of Immunity & Transplantation
Recipient: Professor Lucy Walker
Project: CD4 T cell differentiation markers as predictors of type 1 diabetes development and progression
Funding Type: Pump Priming 2016
City: London
Year(s) Awarded: 2015
Institution: Imperial College London
Recipient: Mr Nicholas Penney
Project: Mechanisms and prognostication of type-2 diabetes resolution following bariatric surgery
Funding Type: Sutherland-Earl Clinical Fellowship 2015
City: London
Year(s) Awarded: 2014
Institution: King’s College London
Recipient: Professor Luigi Gnudi
Project: Nogo-B in diabetic glomerulopathy: novel target for treatment?
Funding Type: Open Funding 2015
City: London
Year(s) Awarded: 2014
Institution: Imperial College London
Recipient: Dr Jia Li
Project: Bile acid metabolism and recycling in improving type 2 diabetes resolution after bariatric surgery
Funding Type: Open Funding 2015
City: London
Year(s) Awarded: 2013
Institution: Queen Mary University of London and Barts Health NHS Trust
Recipient: Dr William Alazawi
Project: The prevalence and risk factors for non-alcoholic fatty liver disease in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus
Funding Type: Open Funding 2014
City: London
Year(s) Awarded: 2013
Institution: UCL Institute of Child Health
Recipient: Professor Jugnoo Rahi
Project: DECS, Diabetic Eye disease in Children Study: incidence, detection/presentation, clinical characteristics and putcomes of diabetic eye disease in childhood in the UK
Funding Type: Open Funding 2014
City: London
Year(s) Awarded: 2013
Institution: King’s College London
Recipient: Dr Andy Grant
Project: Investigating inflammatory changes in human diabetic bladder dysfunction
Funding Type: Open Funding 2014
City: London
Year(s) Awarded: 2013
Institution: University College London
Recipient: Dr Deborah Christie
Project: Reducing fear of hypoglycaemia in families and Improving metabolic control in Children and young people with diabetes (RICHes): A feasibility pilot study
Funding Type: Open Funding 2014
City: London
Year(s) Awarded: 2012
Institution: Imperial College London
Recipient: Dr Shivani Misra
Project: The identification of maturity onset diabetes of the young (MODY) and characterization of diabetes subtype in a young multi-ethnic population to inform appropriate treatment
Funding Type: Sutherland-Earl Clinical Fellowship 2012
City: London
Year(s) Awarded: 2012
Institution: King’s College London
Recipient: Dr James Bowe
Project: Plasma kisspeptin in pregnancy and gestational diabetes: a translational pilot study
Funding Type: Open Funding 2013
City: London
Year(s) Awarded: 2012
Institution: Imperial College London
Recipient: Dr Tim Pullen
Project: The role of long non-coding RNAs in regulating β-cell function and development
Funding Type: Non-Clinical Fellowship 2012
City: London
Year(s) Awarded: 2010
Institution: University College London
Recipient: Dr Lazaros Foukas
Project: Role of adipose tissue in age-dependent beneficial effects of PI 3-kinase pathway inactivation on glucose and lipid homeostasis
Funding Type: Open Funding 2011
City: London
Year(s) Awarded: 2009
Institution: Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry, Queen Mary University of London
Recipient: Dr Tania Maffucci
Project: Novel signalling pathways regulating insulin secretion
Funding Type: Open Funding 2010
City: London
Year(s) Awarded: 2009
Institution: Diabetes Foot Clinic, King’s College Hospital, London
Recipient: Dr Nina Petrova
Project: An investigation into the mechanisms of pathological bone resorption in acute Charcot osteoarthropathy
Funding Type: 2009 Clinical Research Fellowship
City: London
Year(s) Awarded: 2008
Institution: King's College London
Recipient: Dr James Bowe
Project: Measuring the effects of kisspeptin on insulin secretion, and on the growth and survival of β-cells
Funding Type: 2008 Non-Clinical Research Fellowship
City: London
Year(s) Awarded: 2008
Institution: Diabetes Foot Clinic, King’s College Hospital, London
Recipient: Professor Michael Edmonds
Project: Is Charcot osteoarthropathy a Cytokine-Driven Disease?
Funding Type: Open Funding 2009
City: London
Year(s) Awarded: 2004
Institution: Imperial College London
Recipient: Dr Gavin Bewick
Project: Investigation of glucose sensing in the brain.
Funding Type: Non-Clinical Fellowship 2007
City: London
Year(s) Awarded: 2005
Institution: King's College London
Recipient: Prof Peter Jones
Project: The role of kisspeptin and its receptor GPR54 in pancreatic islet function
Funding Type: Research Grant, Open Funding 2006
City: London
Year(s) Awarded: 2005
Institution: City University London
Recipient: Prof Geoffrey Arden
Project: Development of a device to prevent or reverse diabetic retinopathy
Funding Type: Research Grant, Open Funding 2006
City: London
Year(s) Awarded: 2004
Institution: Imperial College London
Recipient: Dr Stephen Aldington
Project: Diabetic retinopathy
Funding Type: Open Funding 2005
City: London
Year(s) Awarded: 2002
Institution: King's College London
Recipient: Dr Chris Burns
Project: The Generation of functional islets of Langerhans from stem cells in vitro
Funding Type: Non-Clinical Fellowship 2003
City: London
Year(s) Awarded: 2001
Institution: Guy's, King's & St Thomas' School of Medicine
Recipient: Dr Karen Anthony
Project: Cerebral Insulin Resistance - a cause of dementia in diabetes?
Funding Type: Clinical Fellowship 2002
City: Manchester
Year(s) Awarded: 2010
Institution: Manchester Metropolitan University
Recipient: Dr Neil Reeves
Project: Peripheral neuropathy and muscle weakness: how do they influence the safety of daily gait tasks for people with diabetes?
Funding Type: Open Funding 2011
City: Newcastle
Year(s) Awarded: 2015
Institution: Newcastle University
Recipient: Dr Daniel West
Project: Can residual beta-cell function predict glycaemic variability, inflammation and vascular repair at rest and after exercise in people with established Type 1 diabetes?
Funding Type: Pump Priming 2016
City: Newcastle
Year(s) Awarded: 2015
Institution: Newcastle University
Recipient: Dr Catherine Arden
Project: The mechanisms linking glucose sensing to autophagic flux in pancreatic beta-cells
Funding Type: Pump Priming 2016
City: Newcastle
Year(s) Awarded: 2011
Institution: Newcastle University
Recipient: Dr Jolanta Weaver
Project: Metformin improves Endothelial function, endothelial progenitor cells (EPCs) and cardiovascular Risk factors in Type 1 diabetes; MERIT study
Funding Type: Open Funding 2012
City: Newcastle
Year(s) Awarded: 2010
Institution: Newcastle University
Recipient: Dr Catherine Arden
Project: Investigation of the association between glucokinase and the pro-apoptotic protein BAD in pancreatic beta-cells
Funding Type: Open Funding 2011
City: Newcastle
Year(s) Awarded: 2007
Institution: School of Clinical Medical Science, Newcastle University
Recipient: Dr Audrey Brown
Project: Investigation of the role of newly identified type 2 diabetes susceptibility genes in the pathogenesis of type 2 diabetes
Funding Type: Open Funding 2008
City: Newcastle
Year(s) Awarded: 2007
Institution: University of Newcastle upon Tyne, Diabetes Research Group
Recipient: Professor S M Marshall
Project: Development of High Field Magnetic Resonance Techniques for the non-invasive investigation of diabetic kidney disease
Funding Type: Open Funding 2008
City: Newcastle
Year(s) Awarded: 2006
Institution: University of Newcastle
Recipient: Dr James Shaw
Project: Enhancement of beta-cell mass and function in human islets by physiological factors up-regulated in pregnancy.
Funding Type: Open Funding 2007
City: Newcastle
Year(s) Awarded: 2005
Institution: University of Newcastle
Recipient: Dr Arun Natarajan
Project: The influence of glucose tolerance status on the predisposition to ex vivo thrombus formation of flowing blood and the effect of improving glycaemic control
Funding Type: Clinical Fellowship 2006
City: Newcastle
Year(s) Awarded: 2004
Institution: University of Newcastle
Recipient: Dr Andrew Advani
Project: Diabetic nephropathy
Funding Type: Open Funding 2005
City: Newcastle
Year(s) Awarded: 2003
Institution: University of Newcastle
Recipient: Dr B. Ravikumar
Project: Is the abnormal postprandial suppression of hepatic glucose production in type 2 diabetes reversible by decreasing intrahepatic triglyceride stores?
Funding Type: Clinical Fellowship 2004
City: Newcastle
Year(s) Awarded: 2002
Institution: University of Newcastle
Recipient: Dr Kathryn White
Project: Nephrin phosphorylation & podocyte structure in diabetic rats - low birth weight study
Funding Type: Research Grant, Open Funding 2003
City: Norwich
Year(s) Awarded: 2010
Institution: University of East Anglia
Recipient: Dr Jeremy Turner
Project: The regulation of metalloproteinases and tissue inhibitors of metalloproteinases in adipose inflammation and type 2 diabetes
Funding Type: Open Funding 2011
City: Oxford
Year(s) Awarded: 2015
Institution: OCDEM
Recipient: Professor Leanne Hodson
Project: Understanding the relationship between lipid droplet pattern and mitochondrial function and morphology in human primary hepatocytes
Funding Type: Pump Priming 2016
City: Oxford
Year(s) Awarded: 2012
Institution: OCDEM, Churchill Hospital, Oxford
Recipient: Dr Matthew Simmonds
Project: Identifying Genetic Predictors of Graft Function to Enable Pancreas Transplantation to Become a Lifelong Cure for Type 1 Diabetes
Funding Type: Non-Clinical Fellowship 2012
City: Oxford
Year(s) Awarded: 2011
Institution: OCDEM, Churchill Hospital, Oxford
Recipient: Dr Matthew Simmonds
Project: Extending whole organ pancreas transplant function in type 1 diabetics
Funding Type: Open Funding 2012
City: Oxford
Year(s) Awarded: 2010
Institution: Oxford Centre for Diabetes, Endocrinology & Metabolism (OCDEM)
Recipient: Dr Gaya Thanabalasingham
Project: Investigation of the incretin pathway in Maturity onset diabetes of the young (MODY) secondary to heterozygous hepatocyte nuclear factor 1 alpha (HNF1A) gene mutations
Funding Type: Open Funding 2011
City: Oxford
Year(s) Awarded: 2004
Institution: OCDEM Oxford
Recipient: Islet Transplantation Programme
Project: Human Islet Isolation Facility
Funding Type: Open Funding 2005
City: Oxford
Year(s) Awarded: 2003
Institution: Karolinska Institute/Oxford
Recipient: Prof. Peter Arner/Prof. Keith Frayn
Project: Finding the genes in human adipose tissue that cause insulin resistance
Funding Type: Research Grant, Open Funding 2004
City: Oxford
Year(s) Awarded: 2003
Institution: University of Oxford
Recipient: Prof. Rury Holman/Dr Richard Stevens
Project: Adapting the HOMA model to estimate insulin sensitivity and beta cell function in people with Type 2 diabetes mellitus treated with insulin
Funding Type: Research Grant, Open Funding 2004
City: Oxford
Year(s) Awarded: 2001
Institution: Oxford Centre for Islet Transplantation
Recipient: Islet Isolation Unit refurbishment
Project: Refurbishment for EU Regulations compliance
Funding Type: Studentship 2001
City: Oxford
Year(s) Awarded: 1999
Institution: John Radcliffe, Oxford
Recipient: Professor Derek Gray
Project: Defining the role of the indirect pathway in islet allograft and xenograft rejection
Funding Type: Research Grant
City: Plymouth
Year(s) Awarded: 2010
Institution: Peninsula Medical School Recipient:
Recipient: Dr Katarina Kos
Project: Are human SPARC isoforms suitable peripheral makers of insulin resistance and diabetes-related complications?
Funding Type: Open Funding 2011
City: Plymouth
Year(s) Awarded: 2010
Institution: Peninsula Medical School, Plymouth
Recipient: Dr Sarah Richardson
Project: Enteroviral infection as a causative factor in human type 1 diabetes
Funding Type: 2010 Non-Clinical Research Fellowship
City: Plymouth
Year(s) Awarded: 2007
Institution: Institute of Biomedical and Clinical Science, Plymouth
Recipient: Professor N G Morgan
Project: Molecular mechanisms involved in the cytoprotective actions of mono-unsaturated fatty acids in pancreatic beta-cells
Funding Type: Open Funding 2008
City: Stirling
Year(s) Awarded: 2013
Institution: University of Stirling
Recipient: Dr Oliver Witard
Project: Influence of n-3FA intake on high-fat diet induced changes in anabolic signalling in healthy adults
Funding Type: Open Funding 2014
City: Stirling
Year(s) Awarded: 2011
Institution: University of Stirling
Recipient: Professor Kevin Tipton
Project: Metabolic and molecular mechanisms for alleviation of diet-induced insulin resistance by dietary fish oils
Funding Type: Open Funding 2012
City: Ulster
Year(s) Awarded: 2015
Institution: Ulster University
Recipient: Dr Richard Metcalfe
Project: A comparison of the acute impact of high-intensity interval training (HIT), reduced-exertion high-intensity interval training (REHIT) and moderate-intensity continuous aerobic exercise (MICE) on free-living glycaemic control in type 2 diabetes
Funding Type: Pump Priming 2016
City: Ulster
Year(s) Awarded: 2012
Institution: University of Ulster
Recipient: Dr Victor Gault
Project: Evaluation of a novel glucagon-incretin hybrid peptide for diabetes and obesity therapy
Funding Type: Open Funding 2013
City: Ulster
Year(s) Awarded: 2006
Institution: University of Ulster
Recipient: Dr Victor Gault
Project: Development and biological characterisation of novel PEGylated GIP-receptor antagonists for the treatment of obesity-related type 2 diabetes.
Funding Type: Open Funding 2007
City: Northampton
Year(s) Awarded: 2013
Institution: University of Northampton
Recipient: Professor Jorg Huber
Project: Young people with type 1 diabetes (16 – 25 years old) with good and poor glycaemic control: adopting a resilience approach to enhance understanding of differences in this transitional group with generally poor clinical performance.
Funding Type: Open Funding 2014
City: Exeter
Year(s) Awarded: 2014
Institution: University of Exeter Medical School
Recipient: Dr Jessica Tyrrell
Project: To use Mendelian randomisation to understanding the causal relationship between circulating biomarkers and Type 2 Diabetes in the UK Biobank.
Funding Type: Non-Clinical Fellowship 2014
City: Lincoln
Year(s) Awarded: 2014
Institution: University of Lincoln
Recipient: Dr Claire Hills
Project: Does reorganisation of the Extracellular Matrix promote glucose induced fibrosis in Diabetic Nephropathy?
Funding Type: Open Funding 2015
City: Nottingham
Year(s) Awarded: 2014
Institution: University of Nottingham
Recipient: Dr Kostas Tsintzas
Project: Skeletal muscle protein metabolism and insulin sensitivity in overweight individuals: Effects of meals with various fatty acid compositions
Funding Type: Open Funding 2015
City: Cambridge
Year(s) Awarded: 2014
Institution: University of Cambridge
Recipient: Dr Gemma Brierley
Project: Investigation of anti-insulin receptor antibodies as a potential therapy for human insulin receptoropathy.
Funding Type: Open Funding 2015

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