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Dr Fiona Gaughran

Research interests

Research Grants awarded (Principal or Co-investigator)

2014                 J Onwumere, S Gee, F Gaughran, Treatment resistant psychosis: increasing awareness in carers of effects and side-effects of medication. Maudsley Charity, £36,937 (co-applicant)

2013                 F Gaughran et al, “ECGs in Psychosis; Development of SLaM information platforms for        translational ECG recording / analysis”.  BRC Infrastructure for Pilot Studies. £51,800 (2013-14). PI

2013                 Richard Holt et al, STEPWISE: STructured lifestyle Education for People WIth Schizophrenia. NIHR HTA. £1,757,357. Co-applicant / Local PI.

2012                 Richard Holt, et al. UK Diabetes Research Network and Mental Health Research Network. Writing Group. £5,000. Co-applicant

2011                 Oliver Howes et al. Reducing delays in treating resistant schizophrenia; TREAT. GSTT Charity, £297,000. Co-applicant

2007                 R. Murray, F. Gaughran, et al  Improving physical health and reducing substance use in severe mental illness. NIHR £1,999,187. Joint PI.

2004                 J. Scott, F. Gaughran. Meeting the Needs of Individuals with Bipolar Disorders: A New Model of Specialist Service. Astra-Zeneca Ltd. £71,000, Co-applicant

2004                 P. Gatter, F. Gaughran.Evaluation of a novel form of peer advocacy. South London and Maudsley Charitable Trustees. £22,000. Co-applicant

2000.                T. Wykes, F. Gaughran, et al. Service User Research Enterprise (SURE). South London & Maudsley Trust, infrastructure grant. £40,000. Co-applicant.

1998                 F. Gaughran,M.Berry. Fibroblast Growth Factor in Major Psychoses. Stanley Foundation, USA. $65,000.PI

1996                 F.  Gaughran. IL 2/Neuronal Antibodies in Schizophrenia. Health Research Board IR£3,000. PI

1994                 F.  Gaughran. Interleukin 2 in Schizophrenia. Health Research Board, Ireland. IR£3,000. PI

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