Grant Archives

A research grant to Gashirai Mbizvo, Pain Research Institute
£10,825
Use of TMS in mapping the motor cortex and assessment of efficacy of repetitive TMS on pain and other features of  CRPS (2009 – 2010)

A research grant to Dr Sara Kelly at School of Biosciences, University of Nottingham
£15,962
Investigations of spinal nociceptive reflexes in model of osteoarthritis pain (2009 – 2010)

A research grant to Dr Goebel and Dr Blaes, Pain Research Institute
£9,782
Calcium imaging in Superior Cervical Ganglion Cells and Dorsal Root Ganglion Cells after incubation with CRPS patients’ lgG fractions(2008 – 2009)

A research grant to Professor A Stancak, Department of Psychology, University of Liverpool
£62,748
Brain-autonomic interactions in fibromyalgia syndrome patients(2008 – 2009)

A research grant to S Kelly   A research grant at the Pain Research Institute
£12,000
The effect of cognitive-behavioural intervention on altered cerebral functions in patients with chronic low back pain(2008 – 2009)

A research grant to Dr D Moss at Human Anatomy & Cell Biology, University of Liverpool
£12,000
New model to investigate regulation of expression of key genes responsible for pain modulation(2008 – 2009)

A research grant to Dr A Dilley at Clinical & Laboratory Investigations, Sussex University
£8,000
An investigation into the role of mechanosensitive ion channels in the development of axonal mechanical sensitivity as  a peripheral mechanism of chronic pain’ (2008 – 2009)

A research grant to Dr Arshad Zaman at the Pain Research Institute
£12,000
Applications of real-time fMRI in the management of pain (2008 – 2009)

A research grant to Dr Andreas Goebel, Pain Research Institute; Professor S Edwards, School of Biological Sciences, University of Liverpool and Professor Rob Moots, Department of Rheumatology, University of Liverpool
£66,000
Skin immunity changes in Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) (2008-2009)

A postgraduate research grant to Ms Kate MacIver at The Pain Research Institute
£17,000
Central nervous system reorganisation after spinal cord injury: Its relationship to pain and response to mental imagery (2008)

An MSc studentship to Dr H Poole at Liverpool John Moores University
£4,000
A health Psychology student on chronic pain (2007-2008)

A studentship to Dr T Payton at the Centre for Integrated Genomic Medical Research, University of Manchester
£8,000
The characterisation and genetic assessment of polymorphisms (2007-2008)

A research grant to Professor A Stancak in the Department of Psychology at the University of Liverpool
£13,500
Cortical mechanisms of allodynia in chronic pain patients (2007-2008)

A stipend to support a student project to Professor A Russo in the Department of Physiology, University of Liverpool
£4,000
The development of trigeminal neuralgia (2007-2008)

A 1 year M.Phil student bursary to Mr Wessam El Ghoul at The Pain Research Institute
£11,000
Objective assessment of hyperalgesia and pain relief (2007-2008)

A research grant to Mr T Varma & Mr P Eldridge at WaltonCentre for Neurology & Neurosurgery
£10,000
The long term results of Microvascular decompression fro trigeminal neuralgia (2006-2007)

A research grant to Dr T Thippeswamy in the Department of Veterinary Preclinical Sciences, University of Liverpool
£10,000
To explore the NO-cGMP mediated neuron-glial communication in pain (2006-2007)

A personal development grant to Dr Chris Barker, GP with Special Interest (GPwSI) in pain management, Liverpool & Sefton Primary Care Trusts.
£48,000
To study the science of chronic pain with particular interest in developing pain management services in primary care (2006-2007)

A PhD studentship to Dr Richard Morris in the Department of Veterinary Science, University of Liverpool
£42,000
To provide a new understanding of pain pathways using jelly-fish genes (2005-2008)

A 3 year PhD bursary to Ms Sioban Kelly at The Pain Research Institute & The Department of Psychology, University of Liverpool.
£33,000
Forebrain processing in patients with refractory chronic pain  (2005-2008)

A post-doctoral research grant to Dr Arshad Zaman at The Pain Research Institute
£142,000
Brain imaging interpretation and structural (DTI) functionality (2005-2009)