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. Three 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.
Journey of a Donated Organ
Project Lead: Dr Hannah McGivern
The Quality in Organ Donation (QUOD) initiative is responsible for coordinating a nationwide effort to collect, process and archive samples of human tissue and whole organs to support and advance research into transplantation, with the aim of improving outcomes for transplant patients. This video will use a combination of interviews with clinicians and researchers and a short animation to illustrate the journey of a donated organ and explain how donations of organs and organ tissue can have a significant impact on the advancement of transplant medicine, help inform clinical practice and save more lives. The video will raise awareness of the importance of organ donation and will be a useful development tool for front-line specialist nurses in organ donation. Learn more about the Journey of a Donated Organ
PER Seed Fund 2020/21
This University of Oxford small grants scheme provides funds for researchers to develop, deliver and evaluate Public Engagement with Research projects and activities. Applications are welcome from those new to or experienced in Public Engagement with Research. Funds (up to £4k) can be requested to pilot a new project or enhance an existing activity.
Applications are now closed.