We are grateful for the support of the following organisations -
Grants awarded at the University of Glasgow -
2019-2022 The Medical Research Council UK. Project Grant, "Metabolic Regulation of the Th2 Response"
2019-2020 The Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland. Research Incentive Grant, "The Impact of Regulatory Cytokines on Lung Repair during Influenza Infection"
2017-2018 Glasgow Children's Hospital Charity Research Fund. Project Grant, "Enhancing Lung Repair in Influenza Infection through Cytokine Signalling"
2017-2018 Tenovus Scotland. Research Grant, "Understanding Metabolic Control of T Cell Function"
Grants awarded at the University of British Columbia -
2015 - 2020 Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research. Scholar Award, “The Spatiotemporal Regulation of Cytokine Signalling in Infection, Immunity and Repair”
2013 - 2018 Canadian Institutes for Health Research (CIHR), in partnership with the Canadian Association of Gastroenterology, the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of Canada and the CIHR Institute of Nutrition, Metabolism and Diabetes (INMD). New Investigator Award, “The Impact of Indiscriminate Cytokine Signalling”
2013 - 2018 Canadian Institutes for Health Research (CIHR). Open Operating Grant, “The Impact of Indiscriminate Cytokine Signalling”
2013 - 2018 Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC). Discovery Grant, “Molecular Regulation of Cytokine Responsiveness in CD4+ T cells”
2012 Canadian Foundation for Innovation Leaders Opportunity Fund & British Columbia Knowledge Development Fund. Infrastructure project, “Analysis Platform for Pathogen-Induced Immune Responses”
2012 The Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies. Early Career Scholar Start-Up Research Grant.
2012 The University of British Columbia and the Dept. of Microbiology & Immunology. Start-up award, "Regulation of Cytokines and Cytokine Signalling in Infection"
Grants awarded at the Trudeau Institute -
2010 - 2011 BD Biosciences. Immunology Research Grant, "Cytokine Response Patterns in Influenza Infection"