zzzzPump Priming applications March 2021

Please find below the applications for Pump Priming funding 2021.

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  1. Submitted by the 31st March
  2. Submitted after the 31st March

Submitted by the 31st March

Proposals submitted by the 231st of March

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David Hakim

The National Robotic Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic Surgery Database

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Manu Nayar

Prospective validation of Patient Related outcome measures(PROMS) in patients with severe acute pancreatitis - SAP PROM study

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Mary Phillips

Radiological and functional assessment of muscle mass in patients undergoing pancreatico-duodenectomy – does this predict outcomes?

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Jessica Hale

Stratification of pancreatic cancer according to microbiome directed tumorigenesis

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Giuseppe Garcea

PILOT STUDY OF SINGLE DOSE INTRAOPERATIVE HIGH-DOSE STEROIDS AND OUTCOMES FROM PANCREATIC RESECTIONS

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Wen Yuan Chung

Equity of access to genomic testing for pancreatic cancer patients: Developing a cost-effective ctDNA-based platform

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John Leeds

Risk factors for acute pancreatitis post EUS and sampling.

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Rupaly Pande

PARANOIA: The Pancreatic Anastomosis Audit

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Pavlos Lykoudis

Early diagnosis of pancreatic cancer by human whole genome sequencing testing of pancreatic cyst fluid (Early DiaPaC Study - hWGS test of PCyF)

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Submitted after the 31st March

Submitted on the 1st of April.

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Kunal Joshi

Development and validation of a synthetic model of the pancreatic anastomosis. NOTES: This application was submitted on 01.04.21 beyond the deadline. Kunal had applied for membership on the 25th of March 2021 but the application failed. He contacted me on the 31st of March and was able to successfully re-apply for membership on the 1st of April 2021, he subsequently submitted the funding application.

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SHYAM MENON

Pump Priming SOD for The Big Time – A healtheconomic and patient evaluation in preparation of a multi-centre randomised controlled trial. NOTES Shyam contacted me on the 30th of March to say the application for funding would be delayed by one day due to significant clinical pressure.

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