Our Funding

Current Research Grants

Neurofeedback platform for long-term use in patients with chronic arthritic pain

MRC CiC £72,202

Jan 2020 - Oct 2020

Real-time brain modelling for personalised neuro-therapeutic interventions in chronic pain

EPSRC Newmind Plus stage 2 Award £45,000

2018-2019

Measuring and enhancing resilience to chronic pain in elderly patients with arthritis using neurofeedback

Dunhill Medical Trust £155,242

2018-2020

Stimulating the brain to reduce chronic pain in the elderly

MRC CiC  £67,797

Jan 2018 - Oct 2018

The feasibility of using Biofeedback to reduce pain in people with knee osteoarthritis

RFPB £150,000

2018-2019

Pain, The Brain and a Little Bit of Magic

FBMH Social Responsibility Award £2000

Dec 2017

Towards a next generation platform for personalised neuro-therapeutic interventions in chronic pain

EPSRC Newmind Award £15,000

2017-2018

A Neurophysiological Investigation of Pain in Parkinson's Disease

The Parkinsons Society, £88,090

2014-2018

 

Previous Research Grants

Pain, The Brain and a Little Bit of Magic

ISSF Funding, Wellcome Trust, £5000

January - June 2016

Osteoarthritis: Interactions between endogenous brain opioids and the physiological and psychological responses to pain

Medical Research Council, £757,887

2008 - 2011

Endogenous pain control mechanisms in patients with chronic arthritic pain

Arthritis Research Campaign, £317,705

2008 - 2011

Endogenous pain control mechanisms in patients with chronic pain

Dr Hadwen Trust, £119,271

2008 - 2010

Real-time pain assessment using EIT for functional brain imaging

Manchester CIMIT Small Grants Award Scheme, £11,000

October 2007

Electrophysiological and behavioural assessment of a mindfulness-based pain management programme for patients with chronic pain

Mind and Life Institute Varela Award, US$10,000

2007 - 2008

Measurement of cognitive responses in normal volunteers and patients with osteoarthritis & fibromyalgia

ARC Programme Grant extension, £42,508

2006 - 2008

Manchester magnetic resonance neuroimaging co-operative

MRC, £143,500

2004 - 2009

Functional imaging of the spinal cord: from experimental animals to humans

Human Frontier of Science Programme, £761,850

2004 - 2007