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Donations provided by our supporters have been used to fund a wide range of important medical research.

Our vision is to advance medical research, improve human health and change people’s lives.

Although the full, long-term impact of our funding will only really be understood in years to come, we are already seeing significant impact from the research projects and scientists we have helped to support.

Have a look at the projects we've funded below or visit our News and Events page to read the latest research findings.

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Using data science to identify predictors and patterns of self-harm thoughts and behaviours

Lead researcher: Dr Becky Mars
Research area: Mental health
Disease or condition: Self-harm
Research organisation: University of Bristol
Funding type: Fellowship
Status: Awarded and preparing to start
Amount: £293,969
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How do young people go from thinking about self-harm to acting on their thoughts?

Lead researcher: Professor Rory O’Connor
Research area: Mental health
Disease or condition: Self-harm
Research organisation: University of Glasgow
Funding type: Research grant
Status: Live
Amount: £245,269
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Social media, smartphone use and self-harm in young people

Lead researcher: Dr Rina Dutta
Research area: Mental health
Disease or condition: Self-harm
Research organisation: King's College London
Funding type: Research grant
Status: Live
Amount: £507,754
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Self-harm in children with autism and intellectual disability

Lead researcher: Dr Caroline Richards
Research area: Mental health
Disease or condition: Self-harm
Research organisation: University of Birmingham
Funding type: Research grant
Status: Live
Amount: £464,459
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How could difficulty managing emotions lead to self-harm and eating disorders?

Lead researcher: Dr Helen Bould
Research area: Mental health
Disease or condition: Eating disorders
Research organisation: University of Bristol
Funding type: Research grant
Status: Live
Amount: £251,713
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