BSPGHAN Innovation Grant 2017
Projects chosen for BIG Awards 2017:
Decision tree for multi professional staff and families caring for patients with neurodisabling conditions who develop severe gut dysmotility: Applicants: Dr Andrew Barclay and Dr Sue Protheroe on behalf of BSPGHAN NIFWG/ RCPCH Clinical Standards
Digital Ulcerative Colitis Healthcare project. (DUCH project): Applicants: Dr Jonathan Hind; Dr Dhamyanthi Thangarah, Dr John Fell and Dr Mohammed Mutalib
Paed eBANS administrator: Applicants: Dr Akshay Batra (eBANS); Dr Andrew Barclay (NIFWG); Dr Anthony Wiskin (eBANS): Dr Jutta Koeglmeier (NIFWG): Dr Julian Thomas (eBANS) Final Report
BSPGHAN Innovation Grant 2019.
Projects Chosen for 2019 Awards:
Using the Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease Symptom and Quality of Life Questionnaire (PGSQ) in children with cerebral palsy: a preliminary validation study: Applicants Dr Mark Tighe, Dr Akshay Batra, Professor Stephen Allen, Dr Sarah Thomas, Dr Catherine Tuffrey
Role of Vascular adhesion protein 1 in the pathogenesis of chronic graft hepatitis and fibrosis after paediatric liver transplantation: Applicants: Professor Deirdre Kelly, Dr Steffen Hartleif and Dr Chris Weston
BSPGHAN Innovation Grants: The BSPGHAN Innovation Grants have been suspended till 2022. A decision on whether to reinstate these will be made later in 2021.
Project co-sponsored by BAPS
National Gastrointestinal Bleed Survey: Applicants Professor Nick Croft
Digestive Disease Research Core Centers and Digestive Disease Research Development Centers (US based grants)