1. “Characterisation of Campylobacter infection and gut microbiome composition in chicken under the influences of Eimeria co-infection and/or heat stress.” UKRI GCRF One Health Poultry Hub (OHPH) Pump Priming Award (2021); Co-Investigator; £19,755

2. “Capacity building in scientific techniques: identification of selection targets in chickens raised in African village conditions” Global Impact Accelerator Award funded by the Scottish Funding Council GCRF Strategy (2021); Co-investigator; £38,961

3. “Implementing genome-wide association studies to assess the impact of host genetic variation on enteric microbiome structure and diversity in chickens” One Health Poultry Hub Researcher Mobility Award Application (2021); Host Researcher; £10,000

4. “Dissecting Campylobacter-Eimeria co-infections to understand pathogen dynamics and develop a model for future poultry studies” Small Project Research Grant awarded by the Houghton Trust (2020-2022); Principal Investigator; £10,000

5. “Understanding the contribution of host genetics, intestinal structure and microbiome diversity to gut health in broiler chickens”. LIDo iCASE PhD Studentship with Cobb Europe Ltd. (2021- 2025); Co-investigator; £162,000

6. “Genetic control of hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM) in cats: genomic and transcriptomic characterisation” Petplan Charitable Trust (2021-2024); Principal Investigator; £147,389

7. “COVID-19: Lessons in pathophysiology and genetic susceptibility from fatal coronavirus infections in companion animal” UKRI funding for COVID-19 (2020-2022); Co-investigator; £242,000

8. “One Health Poultry Hub”; Interdisciplinary Research Hub funded by BBSRC (2019-2024); Co-investigator; £20,489,488

9. “Omics based characterisation of host genetics and gut microbiome composition in relation to pathogen abundance in chickens" (2019-2022); main supervisor; £75,000

11. “Identification of biomarkers associated with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM) in cats”; BBSRC Industrial CASE studentship with Zoetis (2019-2023); main supervisor; £157,000

12. “Mapping genetic susceptibility to hypertrophic cardiomyopathy in cats and assessing their utility as a disease study model” BBSRC London Interdisciplinary Biosciences PhD Consortium (LIDo) studentship (2018-2021); main supervisor; £82,511

13. “Dissecting the genetic architecture of hypertrophy cardiomyopathy in cats” Petplan Charitable Trust (2018); Principal Investigator; £10,000

14. “Dissecting the genetic architecture of equine exertional rhabdomyolysis”, Internal RVC PhD studentship (2018-2021); main supervisor; £130,218

15. “Identification of genomic markers associated with susceptibility to equine exertional rhabdomyolysis (ER)”, MRes RVC project (2018-2020); main supervisor; £53,380

16. ‘Aetiopathogenesis and genomic architecture of resistance to claw horn disruption lesions in dairy cattle’; funded by BBSRC (BBSRC response mode, Joint application of RVC with SRUC and University of Liverpool) (2018-2021); RVC Principal Investigator; £360,994; total amount awarded £1,042,298

17. ''SMARTER, SMAll RuminanTs breeding for Efficiency and Resilience''; funded by EU Horizon 2020 (2018-2022); Co-Investigator; £490,000; total amount awarded ca £6,000,000

18. ''Identification of selection targets and development of analytical tools to optimise breeding programmes in African chicken populations'' funded by Department for International Development and Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (2017-2022); Co-Investigator; £800,000

19. “The role of interleukin-10 (IL-10) in the regulation of innate immunity in the domestic chicken“, funded by BBSRC (BBSRC Industrial partnering award, Joint application of RVC with Roslin Institute and Cobb-Vantress) (2017-2021); Co-Investigator; £588,280, total amount awarded ca £1,000,000

20. “A systems-wide approach to the control of Campylobacter in the food chain: exploiting genetic variation” funded by the Scottish government (2016-2019); Co-Investigator; £500,000

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