John Snow Anaesthesia Intercalated BSc Awards 2014

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The following projects were funded in May 2014:

AAGBI/Anaesthesia Funded John Snow Anaesthesia iBSc

Tina Bylinski 2

Applicant: Miss Tina Bylinski
Institution: University of Glasgow
Project: Model based time series cluster analysis to determine unique patient states in traumatic brain injury.
 Final Report from Miss Tina Bylinkski (14 KB)


Esme Dunne

Applicant: Miss Esme Dunne
Institution: University College London
Project: Quantifying the risk of postoperative morbidity.


Ashleigh Ward

Applicant: Miss Ashleigh Ward
Institution: University of Glasgow
Project: Cerebral autoregulation model extension using high frequency ICU data.


BJA/RCoA Funded John Snow Anaesthesia iBSc

Gregor Devoy

Applicant: Mr Gregor Devoy
Institution: University of Aberdeen
Project: JAM-C and reverse transendothelial migration of neutrophils under conditions of sepsis.
 Final Report from Mr G Devoy (4.45 MB)


Charles Hensher

Applicant: Mr Charlie Hensher
Institution: University College London
Project: The effect of α2 adrenoceptor and 5-HT3 receptor antagonism on Diffuse Noxious Inhibitory Controls (DNIC) in neuropathic animals.


William Manning

Applicant: Mr William Manning
Institution: University of Leicester
Project: What is the role of the nociceptin system in experimental sepsis?


Alex Nelson

Applicant: Mr Alexander Nelson
Institution: University College London
Project: Impaired cardiopulmonary reserve and exercise-evoked autonomic dysfunction are subclinical features associated with increasing CKD severity.


John O Doherty

Applicant: Mr Jonathan O'Doherty
Institution: University of Leicester
Project: The coupling of the MOP and NOP receptors to mitogen activated protein kinases.
 Final report from Mr J O Doherty (148 KB)

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Matthew Sanders

Applicant: Mr Matthew Sanders
Institution: Royal Hallamshire Hospital
Project: Cardiovascular response to infiltration of local anaesthetic.
 Final Report from Mr M Sanders (288 KB)