Recently completed grants

Imperial College London

Professor Richard Syms
Award:  £36,714
Given to support collaborative work between Professor Richard Syms and his team from Imperial College London and a team at Khon Kaen University Thailand, investigating the possible use of an internal MRI scanner to improve the planning of surgical resections for cholangiocarcinoma.

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Aintree University Hospital, Liverpool

Mr Hassan Malik
Award:  £2,000
A small grant awarded to assist with the hENT1 biomarker work.

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University of Nottingham

Professor David Bates
Award:  £1,500
A small grant awarded to fund a 2nd year BSc student working on an existing project investigating EGFR inhibitors.

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Institute of Hepatology

Research Fellow – Dr Gemma Choy
Award:  £82,060
A Research Fellowship awarded to Dr Gemma Choy, to enable her to continue work on MAPK-targeted therapy for intrahepatic cholangiocarcinoma.

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Institute of Hepatology

Dr Salvatore Papa
Award:  £34,800
A grant awarded to Dr Papa to assist with work on the molecular development of intrahepatic cholangiocarcinoma.

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Imperial College London

Research Fellow – Dr Abigail Zabron
Award:  £65,904
A Research Fellowship awarded to Dr Zabron for to enable her to continue the work into cholangiocarcinoma proteomics and genetics.

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Imperial College London

Dr Simon Ralphs
Award:  £29,758
A Research Fellowship awarded to Dr Ralphs, for collaborative work with Thailand on a urinary biomarker for cholangiocarcinoma.

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The BILCAP Trial

Award:  £14,000
Given to help support the BILCAP trial.

18.05.17 – The BILCAP trial has reported positively.  Capecitabine following surgery has been shown to improve survival by almost a quarter. To read a full report, click here

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