Professor Hugh Perry
MRC bodies you are a member of:
- Chair Neuroscience and Mental Health
- Member of Strategy Board
Main form of employment:
- Centre for Biological Sciences, University of Southampton.
Research group/department web page/s:
- Professor of Experimental Neuropathology. University of Southampton.
Shareholdings and financial interests in companies
Research income during current session [over £50k per grant]
- 2011-2013 MS Society - The role of blood components in axon injury in Multiple Sclerosis: new opportunities for neuroprotection £172K.
- 2011 – 2013 Wellcome Trust (with Dr J. Teeling) The impact of systemic bacterial and viral infections on innate immune responses in the brain. £327K.
- 2011-2013 ARUK (with Prof C. Holscher) The impact of GLP-1 analogues on neurodegeneration and neuroinflammation in a model of Alzheimer’s disease: a two-pronged therapeutic approach. £99K.
- 2011 -2013 EU Marie Curie (Sponsor to Dr D. Gomez-Nicola) Regulation of cellular proliferation in chronic neurodegenerative disease: Microglial proliferation and neurogenesis in prion disease. €200K.
- 2012-2015 MRC (with Prof J. Manson et al) The impact of systemic viral infections on the innate immune response in the brain in chronic neurodegeneration. £557K.
- 2012-2015 Alzheimer Society (with Prof C. Holmes) Chronic stress as a risk factor for the development of Alzheimer’s disease. £310K.
- 2012-2017 Wellcome Trust Strategic Award (with Profs S. Duckett and G. Green) Hyperpolarisation using SABRE as a new tool for imaging studies.£3.6M.
- 2012- 2015 ARUK (With Dr D. Boche et al) Investigation into the impact of systemic inflammation due to infection on microglial phenotype and its contribution to Alzheimer's disease neuropathology. £316K.
Major academic collaborators [national and international]
- Dr Matteo Caleo, CNRS Pisa, Italy – research collaboration
- Professor Cristovam Diniz, University of Para, Belem, Brasil – research collaboration
- Professor Simon Duckett, University of York, York, UK – research collaboration
- Professor Gary Green, University of York, York, UK – research collaboration
- Professor Jean Manson, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK – research collaboration
Un-remunerated involvement with and membership of medical, bio-medical, pharmaceutical, healthcare provision or science or health policy/communication and similar activities/organisations
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