Grant Awards

NEEDS UPDATING (March 2019)

2016

Comparison of sagittal versus transverse ultrasound techniques in identifying the cricothyroid membrane in a subject with neck pathology DAS – NIAA Project Grant – £1000

Ben Creagh-Brown. Preventing muscle wasting in critically ill patients by repetitive occlusive stimulus (ROS): a feasibility study. NIHR Research for Patient Benefit (RfPb) £150,000. With Dr Julie Hunt, Professor Hugh Montgomery and Dr Zudin Puthucheary.

2015

Ben Creagh-Brown. Intensive Care Foundation. Young investigator award – Preventing muscle wasting in critically ill patients by repetitive occlusive stimulus (ROS): a feasibility study.

2014

Justin Kirk-Bayley & Nicholas Smallwood. Intensive Care Foundation. Young investigator award. £9000

Surgicric 2: A comparative bench study with two established emergency cricothyroidotomy techniques in a porcine model L. Chrisman, W. King, K. Wimble, S. Cartwright, K.B. Mohammed, B. Patel. AAGBI-NIAA £9,750

2012

Bench study comparing three different emergency tracheal access devices in a porcine model. W King, B Patel. DAS-NIAA Project Grant £3,855.40