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Case studies of successful grant applicants
RDS London has supported many researchers with their proposals since our launch in 2009 and the value of this guidance is shown by the high proportion of RDS London-supported applications that receive funding. See below some case studies of those who have received funding:
Professor Christine Norton
Professor Christine Norton
"I would advise getting in contact with RDS as early as possible in developing your grant and staying in touch regularly during the process as you develop your ideas."

Funding source: NIHR Programme Grant for Applied Research 
Project title: Living well with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD): optimising management of symptoms of fatigue, abdominal pain, and faecal urgency/ incontinence via tailored online self-management
 
 
Professor Pippa Oakeshott
Professor Pippa Oakeshott
"Excellent support for study design, statistics, health economics, qualitative assessment and PPI. Also very useful comments through having attended RfPB committee meetings."

Funding source: NIHR Research for Patient Benefit
Project title: “Test n Treat (TnT)”: a cluster randomised feasibility trial of frequent, rapid  testing and same day, on-site treatment to reduce rates of chlamydia and gonorrhoea in high risk  Further Education College students.
 
 
Dr Gill Craig
Dr Gill Craig
"Having someone who understands the requirements of the funding stream and who can offer an external perspective as a critical friend is really useful."

Funding source: NIHR Health Services and Delivery Research 
Project title: How do different neurodisability services meet the psychosocial support needs of children/young people with feeding disabilities and their families
 
 
Dr Manu Shankar-Hari
Dr Manu Shankar-Hari
"I would recommend the RDS service to all the colleagues considering writing grants without any reservations. My only request to those applying for grants is to contact RDS well in advance of the deadline, the earlier the better."

Funding source: NIHR Clinician Scientist Award 
Project title: Improving health care burden amongst sepsis survivors by reducing infection-related rehospitalisation 
 
 
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