UK Cilia Research Projects

Past Funded Projects

Osteoarthrtis may be treated as an environmental ciliopathy

Awarded to: Martin KNIGHT (Queen Mary University of London)
Funding source: MRC  /  Value: £401,057
Dates: September 2014 - March 2020

Dissecting the Molecular Mechanism of Intraflagellar Transport Motors

Awarded to: Anthony ROBERTS (Birkbeck, University of London)
Funding source: BBSRC  /  Value: £346,960
Dates: June 2017 - December 2020

Structure-function relationships in the ciliary transition zone

Awarded to: Colin JOHNSON (University of Leeds)
Funding source: BBSRC and SFI  /  Value: £327,411
Dates: April 2017 - March 2021

Cilia Development & Disease

Awarded to: Dominic NORRIS (Harwell - Medical Research Council)
Funding source: MRC  /  Value: £5,128,959
Dates: April 2019 - April 2021

Building a molecular machine: analysis of co-chaperones for assembly of ciliary dynein motor complexes

Awarded to: Andrew JARMAN (University of Edinburgh)
Funding source: BBSRC  /  Value: £428,356
Dates: December 2018 - November 2021

Functional interplay of ciliary trafficking complexes and motor proteins.

Awarded to: David STEPHENS (University of Bristol)
Funding source: BBSRC  /  Value: £467,824
Dates: April 2019 - April 2022