Grant awards

2019 Travelling Researcher Awards announced

BDRF are pleased to announce the recipients of our 2019 Travelling Research Fellowship Grant awards. Debbie Kellor – Assistant Professor […]

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New research aims to improve emergency surgical care for elderly people

Reducing deaths after emergency surgery for older people is one of the most urgent challenges facing the NHS today. In […]

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BDRF funds first ever patient Chief Investigator

For the first time in BDRF’s history, and we believe in the field of bowel disease research, we have awarded […]

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Funding research into quality of life for people with an ileostomy

Earlier this year, we teamed up with Ileostomy & Internal Pouch Association and Kingston Trust CIO to develop new research. The joint mission was […]

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Could Vitamin D help more people survive bowel cancer?

More people now die of bowel cancer worldwide than any other form of the disease bar lung cancer. Over 40,000 […]

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New research grants: improving quality of life for people with an ileostomy

BDRF exists to improve the lives of people affected by bowel disease in any way shape or form. That includes […]

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Travelling Research Fellowship winner excited to see ‘different perspective’

Earlier this year BDRF awarded our latest Travelling Research Fellowship – a grant of up to £5,000 for a new […]

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Ileostomy Research sandpit captures experience & ideas

Last week the Royal College of Surgeons played host to an innovative ‘Sandpit’ discussion on how to improve quality of […]

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2018 Travelling Research Fellowship Grant opens for applications

  Bowel Disease Research Foundation (BDRF) is offering a Travelling Research Fellowship to a recently appointed consultant member of the […]

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BDRF study identifies new target in improving radiotherapy

The findings of a BDRF funded study, awarded funding in 2014, have been published in the Journal of Proteomics. They […]

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