Stuart Egginton

(Former)

Research Projects

  1. Endothelial Progenitor Cells and the Role of Platelets

    Gerard Nash, Steve Watson & Stuart Egginton

    SAUDI ARABIAN EMBASSY

    9/01/129/01/15

    Project: Research

  2. Can Muscle Dysfunction in COPD be Altered by Oxygenation

    Alice Turner, Stuart Egginton, Prem Kumar, Jonathan Ayres & Francesco Falciani

    LINDE HEALTHCARE REALFUND, Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham

    1/11/1131/10/15

    Project: Research

  3. The Role of Platelet Surface Receptors in Angiogenesis

    Stuart Egginton, Roy Bicknell & Steve Watson

    BRITISH HEART FOUNDATION

    6/10/085/01/12

    Project: Research

  4. Spectral Analysis of Cardio-respiratory Integration

    Stuart Egginton & Hamish Campbell

    THE WELLCOME TRUST

    19/11/0518/05/06

    Project: Research

  5. The Cellular Basis for Different Types of Angiogenesis in vivo

    Stuart Egginton

    BRITISH HEART FOUNDATION

    6/10/0331/01/07

    Project: Research

  6. The Differential Control of in vivo Angiogenesis

    Stuart Egginton

    BRITISH HEART FOUNDATION

    1/10/0230/09/05

    Project: Research

  7. The physiological ecology of extremely low heart rates in Antartic fishes

    Stuart Egginton

    NATURAL ENVIRONMENT RESEARCH COUNCIL

    1/01/0118/11/05

    Project: Research Councils

  8. Polar Fish as Sensitive Indicators of Global Warming

    Stuart Egginton

    LEVERHULME TRUST

    1/08/0031/01/01

    Project: Research

  9. The evolution of cardiovascular control in Antarctic fishes

    Stuart Egginton

    NATURAL ENVIRONMENT RESEARCH COUNCIL

    1/04/9831/03/03

    Project: Research Councils

  10. What Limits Were Placed On The Adaptive Radiation OfAntartic Fishes For A Pelagic Lifestyle

    Stuart Egginton

    NATURAL ENVIRONMENT RESEARCH COUNCIL

    16/06/9715/02/99

    Project: Research Councils

  11. Modelling Structural Limits To Muscle Oxygen Supply InAntartic Fishes

    Stuart Egginton

    NATURAL ENVIRONMENT RESEARCH COUNCIL

    1/10/9631/07/98

    Project: Research Councils

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