Charity Fund research
About our Charity Fund research
The NHS Blood and Transplant Charity Fund receives donations that can be used for any charitable purpose relating to the NHS, with a particular view toward improving blood, tissue and organ safety.
The Fund received applications for research and development activities, and a number of small projects have been funded through this system.
Those awarded funds must report their progress to the Charity Fund Committee on a regular basis. Research applications are subject to review by senior management research teams before submitting to the Charity Fund Committee.
Find out more about research currently funded by the Charity Fund.
Find out more about research previously funded by the Charity Fund.
- INCITE study
- National survey of neonatal EBT
- ATHENA II
- RBC transfusion thresholds
- Drivers of thrombopoiesis
- Genetic basis of herpesvirus suppression
- BP profiles in the organ recipient
- Platelet transfusion in neonates
- Stem cell transplant outcomes database
- Blood component prescribing
- Hepcidin levels in blood donors
- T regulatory cells and HSCT
- Desmopressin in critical illness