We are delighted to announce the projects which were successful in securing an Autumn 2020 Collaboration Fund award. As always we were impressed by the diversity and breadth of the submissions we received, the 4 successful projects were:
- Domestic Violence and Marginalised Communities – Dr Parveen Ali, Health Sciences School, University of Sheffield & Dr Michaela Rogers, Sociological Studies, University of Sheffield
- Establishing LEUKOLABS.UK – Dr Noémie Hamilton, (ECR) Infection, Immunity and cardiovascular disease department, The Bateson Centre, The Sheffield Neuroscience Institute, University of Sheffield
- White Rose Early Career Screen Industries Research Network – Dr Anna Ozimek, Research Associate SIGN, Department of Theatre, Film, Television and Interactive Media, University of York
- Establishing a regional consortium to lead the improvement of health technology for children and young people – Dr Jackie Martin-Kerry, Department of Health Sciences, University of York
You can read about previous collaboration fund awards here.
A valued aspect of the Collaboration Fund is seeing the new innovative ideas submitted by Early Career Researchers. The scheme, originally launched in October 2008, has enabled academics from the universities of Leeds, Sheffield and York to undertake cross-discipline multi-partner research.
The scheme has helped to raise the profile of the White Rose universities and assisted the careers of researchers.
Further details of the autumn round will be announced shortly, in the meantime if you have a project idea or any questions please contact Claire Pickerden or Karen Tsui.
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