Public Engagement with Research Seed Fund
The University of Oxford Public Engagement with Research small grants scheme provides funds for researchers to develop, deliver and evaluate Public Engagement with Research projects and activities. Two NDS projects have been successful in receiving funding from this Seed Fund.
Supporting the Oxford Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Study
Lead applicant: Dr Regent Lee
This project delivered a survey about Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms to a large number of patients throughout Oxfordshire and beyond. Learn more.
Developing an online patient advisory panel for renal and transplant research
Lead applicant: Dr Simon Knight
This project developed an online patient advisory panel to give researchers at the Oxford Transplant Centre and Oxford Kidney Unit a patient perspective on upcoming research projects. Learn more.
Public Engagement with Research Seed Fund Projects announced
Twelve new projects have been funded by the University's Public Engagement with Research Seed Fund grants scheme. From engaging Botswanans with Stone Age archaeology; exploring the potential of craft-based activities to improve well-being; engaging young people with physics through song and hands-on Asian language-learning through cooking, a diverse range of projects have been supported. Find a list of project summaries here