Recent grant funding from BCGB group leaders

Beggs: CRUK Advanced Clinician Scientist Award: £2,100,000 (2016-2021)

Bonifer and Cazier: BBSRC Project Grant £900,000 (2015-2018)
Mechanistic insights into the developmental-stage specific activity of a ubiquitously expressed transcription factor

Bonifer and Cockerill:  Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research Program Grant: £1,543,859 (2015-2020) Mechanistic insights into aberrant transcriptional programming in acute myeloid leukaemia.

Cockerill: MRC Project Grant: £521,000 (2016-2019)
Epigenetic mechanisms that maintain immunological memory in CD4 T cells. 

Fan:  BBSRC project grant:   £544,418 (2015-2018).  
Determining cellular processes underlying apoptosis-induced cell proliferation through kinase analysis.

Gambus:  MRC Career Development Fellowship:  £1,313,291 (2013-2018)
Roles of ubiquitin and SUMO during eukaryotic DNA replication 

Higgs: MRC Career Development Award: £1,325,000 (2017-2021)

Jayaraman:  MRC Project Grant: £443,000 (2015-2018) 
PRH/Hhex in intrahepatic cholangiocarcinoma, disease progression and response to chemotherapeutics.           

Morris: CRUK Programme Grant: £1,400,000 (2015-2019)
Ubiquitin processing in Cancer Development and Treatment. 

Müller: Wellcome Trust Investigator Award: £950,000 (2015-2019)
The core promoter: an unexplored regulatory level of transcription during vertebrate development. 

Müller: Marie Curie Initial Training Network: £650,000 Computational and functional annotation of genomic elements during development of the model vertebrate zebrafish (ZENCODE)

Müller:             HFSP Programme grant: £330,000 (2015-2017)
The causes and consequences of sperm mediated non-genetic inheritance. 

Parish: MRC Project Grant: £507,000 (2016-2019)
Understanding the role of the chromatin insulator CTCF in human papillomavirus gene expression and disease progression. 

Stewart: CRUK Programme Grant: £1,700,000 (2017-2012)
Characterising novel regulators of the PI-3-kinase-like kinase-dependent DNA damage response and their role in preventing human disease and cancer.