William Mills (School of Archaeology, Geography and Environmental Science) was awarded a Leverhulme Trust Fellowship for Historical seabird feathers as hidden archives of marine pollution.
Arpita Bose (School of Psychology & Clinical Language Sciences) was awarded a British Academy Research Grant for DALIP: Database of Acquired Language Impairment Profiles – a resource for exploring the nature and impact of language processing difficulties in adults with neurological impairments.
Amelia Hollywood (School of Chemistry, Food and Pharmacy) was awarded a Royal College of Emergency Medicine Research Grant for Dissociative seizures (DS) in the emergency department: exploring the patient experience.
Weizi Li (Henley Business School) was awarded a Tarmarnd Applied Sciences Limited Studentship in the field of Healthcare Informatics as pertains to AI led Patient Load Management and Clinical Outcome Management.
James O’Donoghue (School of Mathematical Physical & Computational Sciences) was awarded a STFC Fellowship for Fundamental Processes at Giant Planets in the Solar System and Beyond: Global heating and Saturn’s Raining Rings.
Jon Gibbins (School of Biological Sciences) was awarded a British Heart Foundation Research Grant for Platelet phenomic studies to explore elevated cardiovascular risk in people living with HIV/
Gabor Thomas (School of Archaeology, Geography and Environmental Science) was awarded a Janus Foundation Research Grant for Publishing Anglo-Saxon Lyminge.
Maria Maiaru (School of Chemistry, Food and Pharmacy) was awarded a Pain Relief Foundation Studentship for Targeting ion channels to combat pathophysiology of chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy.